Piedmont and Valle d'Aosta Sights

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Piazza San Carlo

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Surrounded by shops, arcades, fashionable cafés, and elegant Baroque palaces, this is one of the most beautiful squares in Turin. In...

Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli

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This gallery was opened in 2002 by Gianni Agnelli (1921–2003), the head of FIAT and patriarch of one of Italy's most powerful families,...

Podere Rocche dei Manzoni

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A good, accessible example of the new school of local winemaking is this wine estate, about 6 km (4 miles) south of Barolo. The facade...

Reggia di Venaria Reale

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Extensive Italianate gardens surround this 16th-century hunting lodge built for Carlo Emanuele II of Savoy. Inside, its Great Gallery...

Roman Porta Pretoria

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This huge gateway, regally guarding the city, is a remarkable relic from the Roman era. The area between the massive inner and outer...

Sacra di San Michele

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To reach the church, you must climb 150 steps, past 12th-century sculptures, from the Porta dello Zodiaco, a splendid Romanesque doorway...

San Lorenzo

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Architect, priest, and mathematician Guarino Guarini was in his mid-sixties when he began this church in 1668. The masterful use of geometric...

San Secondo

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This Gothic church is dedicated to Asti's patron saint, believed by some to have been decapitated by the Emperor Hadrian on this very...

Sassi-Superga Cog Train

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The 18-minute ride from Sassi up the Superga hill is a real treat on a clear day. The view of the Alps is magnificent at the hilltop...

Teatro Romano

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The 72-foot-high ruin of the facade of the Teatro Romano guards the remains of the 1st-century BC amphitheater, which once held 20,000...

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