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Armeria Reale (Torino)
It is one of the largest collections of arms in the world. Established by Carlo Alberto with the collections from both the Turin and Genoa arsenals and open to the public since 1837, the Royal Armory has about 5,000 pieces of firing and non-firing weaponry...
Fondazione Merz (Torino)
Inaugurated in 2004, a little more than a year after the death of Mario Merz, the Foundation was created to house the works of the “father” of Arte Povera (Italian “poor art” movement) with the aim of conserving and protecting the art, as well as making it...
Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo (Torino)
The Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo was founded in 1995 to promote contemporary art in various cultural spheres: visual arts, music, theatre, cinema and literature. Primary objectives are: contributing to the promotion of young artists helping them produce...
Galleria Sabauda (Torino)
It is one of the most important painting galleries in Italy. Established in 1832 following the request of Carlo Alberto, it preserves the Royal Palace collection with paintings from the picture gallery of Dukes and the Kings of Savoy and is located in the Academy of Science...
GAM - Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea (Torino)
Turin was the first Italian city to promote, through its own Civic museum opened in 1863, a public collection of modern art. The present GAM – inaugurated in 1993 – is on the same site chosen by Carlo Bassi and Goffredo Baschetti at the end of the ‘50’s.
MAO - Museo d’Arte Orientale (Torino)
The Museo d’Arte Orientale (Museum of Oriental Art) – the MAO – is located at the former Palazzo Mazzonis in Via San Domenico on the corner with Via S. Agostino, in the heart of Torino’s centre. Thanks to the Fondazione Torino Musei...
Museo del Risorgimento (Torino)
The museum has its seat in Palazzo Carignano, one of the jewels of Turin Baroque built by Guarino Guarini. After having been the residency of Carignano princes, a lesser branch of the House of Savoy, the palace housed the sub-alpine Parliamentary House of...
Museo delle Antichità Egizie (Torino)
The Museo Egizio (Egypt Museum) offers the largest collection after the museum in Cairo and consists of 30,000 pieces that document Egyptian history and civilization, as well as conserving unique pieces and objet d’art collections from daily and funerary use.
Museo di Antichità (Torino)
The origins of the Museum of Antiquity go back to the 16th century with the collection of Duke Emanuele Filiberto di Savoia, which was then incremented by Carlo Emanuele I. Thanks to renewed interest in topography in 1940, after years at the Academy of Sciences...
Museo Nazionale del Cinema (Torino)
At the heart of the Museo (National Museum of Cinema), installed within the Mole Antonelliana in Torino, is the spectacular Aula del Tempio (Temple Hall), a 63-meter high bell-shaped arch split in half by an elevator that takes visitors all the way to the almost...
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