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Mausoleo della Bela Rosin, Turin

(3/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • Finally after a eventful history made by countless vandalism with pleasure after years I could see her restored, I think it is a place to see and think about this character who has been part of the history of Turin I also think has potential untapped tourist who knows maybe in the future.
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  • I state that living in the surrounding area to Bela Rosin, I have fond memories of this building. As a child I used to go there with the school, but is not very well known, but it is still a building used to store the remains of this person here.
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  • I state that living close to the mausoleum have seen over the years its (slow) rebirth, but I only put 4/5 because, as a historical monument, is little advertised. It is located near a forest "citizen", which together with the Parco Colonnetti act as green lung of the Mirafiori Sud district. After an initial state of disrepair, the mausoleum was renovated and hosts interesting cultural events that alas, as reiterated above, are not duly sponsored. It's really a shame because it is a small architectural gem in the suburbs.
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  • Beautiful especially at sunset on winter afternoons ... is illuminated by the West.
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  • The mausoleum of Bela Rosin is a popular edificioneoclassico of Turin Mirafiori Sud district. Is in fact an exact copy of the Pantheon in Rome, built as a family tomb from the children of Rosa Vercellana, dubbed in piemonteseBela Rosin (Rosina) [1]
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  • With pleasure I noticed that you're trying to use this site and to keep it tidy
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  • Well worth a visit.
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  • Unusual place. One of the Kings of Italy built it for his mistress which has been in a relationship for decades ... Not so long ago, the mausoleum was abandoned and was a haven that provided their Satanic rites, until local authorities did not pay attention to it. Now this place exhibits after the restoration looks very worthy in parkland in Turin.
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