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Fiat Historic Centre, Turin
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  • having a different faith, we wanted to visit the Museum Fiat to realize how it was structured from the Museum that we know ... assuming that in Turin he breathes his air of Fiat everywhere, I expected something more ... beautiful hotel, an old building productive, well structured and well laid out. but half-empty! don't get sick, it is by no means empty spaces are indeed well exploited. but we expected to see many many other models, which are missing. the exhibited cars stop at 1960 approximately, missing Fiat that we all know and have seen turn years ago ... 126 127 128 130 131 132. ... Type a hardening, all Fiat of big sale, which over the years have moved much of Italy 70 80 90, when whirled still the economy and when the production was still in Turin. If they added these templates (and others who are still missing) the Museum would be even more complete and open to the public even more willingly. applaud the retired Fiat who run it and they do visit. Memoirs of a company and an Italy that no longer exists, we would have been hours listening to their stories. well done!
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  • This facility is the first historic headquarters of Fiat. The exhibition includes a series of cars produced by the historical brand from Turin: from the first carriages until Giovanni Agnelli's car through some goodies like your refrigerator and washing machine at Fiat. In the upper level are the planes and some historical photos. I honestly thought we were even the Fiat that have shaped the history of the years ' 80 and ' 90. Highly trained volunteers. Too bad it's only open on Sunday.
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  • It was a Sunday and we were walking around Valentino Parc and decided to look for a cafe. We were walking down Via Chiabrera admiring the beautiful "Verde" apartments when we happened to look into an ...  more »
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  • Little gem and piece of history of Italy, fans will remain breathless for the cars on display, but it is fun even for those who are curious to see how things were once (macchinarii, production chains, advertising, etc.).
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  • A gem that few know. Open on Sundays and free is immaculately maintained and volotari you meet are all pleasant and enthusiasts. Definitely worth a visit and, in my opinion, is at a higher level than the more "popular" and known Automobile Museum.
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  • The Museum FIAT is an unfamiliar place worth visiting. It has an outstanding collection of cars and vintage footage.
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