Stupinigi, with some 200 inhabitants, is today a frazione of the commune of Nichelino, in the province of Turin (Piedmont, north-west Italy). It borders on the communes Candiolo and Orbassano on the southwestern outskirts of Turin, about 10km from t…
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Gassino Torinese is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Turin in the Italian region Piedmont, located about 12 kilometres (7 mi) northeast of Turin.
Latitude: 45° 07' 44.65" N
Longitude: 7° 49' 45.62" E
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The Juventus Center (colloquially known as "the Vinovo") is Juventus' training ground, which is located in Vinovo a comune 14 kilometres southwest of the city of Turin.
The Dora Riparia (Latin: Duria minor French: Doire Ripaire) is an alpine river, a left-hand tributary of the Po. It is 125 kilometres (78 mi) long, with a 1,231-square-kilometre (475 sq mi) drainage basin. It originates in the Cottian Alps, close to…
Enrico Fermi Nuclear Power Plant was a nuclear power plant at Trino (often referred to as ‘Trino Vercellese’, meaning ‘Trino in the Province of Vercelli’), in north-west Italy.
Dora Baltea [ˈdɔːra ˈbaltea] or Doire Baltée [dwaʁ balte] (Latin: Duria maior or Duria Bautica; Franco-Provençal: Djouire (Valdôtain); Piemontese: Deura Bàotia), is a river in northern Italy.
The Basilica of Corpus Domini is a Roman Catholic church in Turin, northern Italy, built to celebrate the "Miracle of the Eucharist" which, according to various sources, occurred in 1453 during the war between the Duchy of Savoy and France.
The Turin City Museum of Ancient Art (Italian: Museo civico d'arte antica) is a museum located in the Palazzo Madama palace, in Turin, northern Italy.
Torino Esposizioni is an exhibition hall and convention centre in Turin, Italy which was completed in 1949, designed by Pier Luigi Nervi.
The Royal Library of Turin (Biblioteca Reale di Torino) is located under the porticoes on the ground floor of the Royal Palace (today a World Heritage Site) in the north-west Italian city of Turin. At the time of the library’s foundation around 1840…
Cinema Statuto was a movie theater located in Turin, Italy, when on 13 February 1983, at 18:15, during the projection of La Chèvre, a fire caused the death of 64 people as a result of smoke inhalation. According to statements by Raimondo Capella, th…
The National University Library (Biblioteca nazionale universitaria in Italian) in Turin, Italy, is one of the country's main libraries.
Stura di Lanzo (Latin: Varus) is a 65-kilometre (40 mi) long river in north-western Italy (Piedmont). It is formed from several tributaries near Lanzo Torinese.
The Collegio Carlo Alberto is a private research and teaching institution, located in the town of Moncalieri, northern Italy, in the province of Turin. The institution was created in 2004 as a joint initiative of the Compagnia di San Paolo and the U…
The 1997 IAAF World Cross Country Championships took place on March 23, 1997. The races were held at the Parco del Valentino in Torino, Italy.
The Accademia Albertina delle Belle Arti ("Albertina Academy of Fine Arts") is an institution of higher education in Turin, Italy. Its precursor dated to the first half of the 17th century. In 1678 the academy was formally founded as the Academy of …
The Turin Museum of Natural History (Italian: Museo Regionale di Scienze Naturali di Torino or MRSN) was established in 1978 to house the natural history collections of the University of Turin and other collections of naturali history, originated fr…
The Sassi–Superga tramway is a steep grade railway line in the city of Turin in Italy. Managed by Gruppo Torinese Trasporti, it connects the Turin suburb of Sassi to the Basilica of Superga at an altitude of 672m (2205ft).
The Sacro Monte di Crea (literally ‘Sacred Mountain of Crea’, although it is built on a hill rather than a mountain) is a Roman Catholic sanctuary in the comune of Serralunga di Crea, Piedmont, northern Italy.