What are some lesser-known sights to see when visiting Turin ?

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Pradeep Agnihotri asked 09-Jul-2018 in Cities by Pradeep Agnihotri

What are some lesser-known sights to see when visiting Turin ?

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Biswajeet Bhattacharya answered 29-Oct-2018 by Biswajeet Bhattacharya

What are some lesser-known sights to see when visiting Turin ?

Turin the capital city of the Metropolitan City of Turin (an administrative division of Italy) is an important cultural and business centre in northern Italy. Located in the Piedmont region, Turin is famous for its cuisine and architecture. The first capital city of Italy from 1861 to 1865, Turin is located on the western bank of the Po River in front of the Susa Valley. Surrounded by the western Alpine arch and Superga Hill, the city of Turin covers a total area of 130.17 sq km (50.26 sq mi). The total population of Turin as of 30th November 2017 is 883,281 and the population density is 6800 per sq km (18,000 per sq mi). Chiara Appendino is the Mayor of the city. 

What are some lesser-known sights to see when visiting Turin ?

Some of the famous places to visit in Turin include the Royal Palace of Turin, Palazzo Madama e Casaforte degli Acaja (a grand museum), Museo Egizio and the Mole Antonelliana. The city is also known for its Baroque, Rococo, Renaissance, Neo-Classical and Art Nouveau architecture. Numerous restaurants, palaces, opera houses, theatres, churches and art galleries are also home to the city of Turin.

What are some lesser-known sights to see when visiting Turin ?

The Italian Republic officially known as Italy is a country located in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea in Europe. Italy shares its international borders with Austria, Switzerland, France, Vatican City, San Marino and Slovenia. The total area covered by Italy is 301,340 sq km (116,350 sq mi). The population of the country as of 2017 is 60,483,973 and the population density is 201 per sq km (521.4 per sq mi). Rome is the capital of Italy. The government is formed by the Unitary Parliamentary Republic with Sergio Mattarella being the President of the country. Giuseppe Conte is the Prime Minister of Italy. The official language of the country is Italian. The currency of Italy is Euro (€).

What are some lesser-known sights to see when visiting Turin ?

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