The Palazzina di caccia of Stupinigi (Italian: "The hunting residence of Stupinigi") is one of the Residences of the Royal House of Savoy in northern Italy, part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list.
La Loggia is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Turin in the Italian region Piedmont, located about 11 kilometres (7 mi) south of Turin.
Latitude: 44° 57' 17.82" N
Longitude: 7° 40' 7.10" E
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The Castle of Valentino (Italian Castello del Valentino) is a historic building in the north-west Italian city of Turin. It is located in Parco del Valentino, and is the seat of the Architecture Faculty of the Polytechnic University of Turin.
The Battle of Ceresole (or Cérisoles) was an encounter between a French army and the combined forces of Spain and the Holy Roman Empire during the Italian War of 1542–46. The lengthy engagement took place on 11 April 1544, outside the village of Cer…
The FIAT Mefistofele (sometimes known simply as Mefistofele) is a one-off racing car created by Ernest Eldridge by combining a Fiat racing car and aeroplane engine in 1923. The name is from the demon of the same name.
Torino Porta Nuova railway station (IATA: TPY) is the main railway station of Turin. It is the third busiest station in Italy for passenger flow after Rome Termini and Milan Central, with about 192,000 journeys per day and 70 million travellers a ye…
Torino Porta Susa is a railway station in Turin, northern Italy; it is the second busiest mainline station in the city, after Torino Porta Nuova.
The Teatro Regio ('Royal Theatre') is a prominent opera house and opera company in Turin, Italy. Its season runs from October to June with the presentation of eight or nine operas given from five to twelve performances of each.
The Royal Castle of Racconigi is a palace and landscape park in Racconigi, province of Cuneo, Italy.
The Castle of Rivoli is a former Residence of the Royal House of Savoy in Rivoli (province of Turin, Italy).
The Castle of Moncalieri is a palace in Moncalieri (province of Turin), Piedmont, in northern Italy.
The Basilica of Our Lady Help of Christians (Italian: Santuario di Maria Ausiliatrice) is a church in Turin, northern Italy.
The Superga is a hill situated on the south bank of the Po River to the east of Turin in north-west Italy.
The campo Torino (known as the Stadio Filadelfia) was a small multi-use stadium in Turin, Italy, situated in Borgo Filadelfia, in the Lingotto district.
Torino Oval Lingotto is an indoor arena in Turin, Italy. It was built for use at the 2006 Winter Olympics, during which it hosted speed skating events.
Palavela, formerly known as Palazzo delle Mostre and Palazzo a Vela is an arena in Turin, Italy, on the bank of the River Po. It was designed by engineer Franco Levi and architects Annibale and Giorgio Rigotti. The arena is 130 metres in diameter. O…
The National Museum of the Italian Risorgimento (Museo nazionale del Risorgimento italiano) is the first, the biggest and the most important among the 23 museums in Italy dedicated to the Risorgimento, the only one which can be considered "National"…
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…
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.