Mausoleo della Bela Rosin, Turin

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  • Sue and I report the status of monument. tall grass everywhere in flower beds, driveways and walks almost completely overgrown with weeds, no support: the explanatory projector off and no way to call for help; deficient panels and inparziale contradiction between them, a sense of decay offputting. the icing on the cake: in the cage as well bibioteche system inetsato Turin right two attendants who ... sleeping!
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  • The small Pantheon of Turin, funerary monument to Bela Rosin, is certainly less known by visitors than other monuments in Turin. Simple, almost bare, peripheral compared to the center of city, however its own particular charm for the visitor who likes to see even less touristy places and somewhat unusual, immersed as it is in an area, Mirafiori, which reminds us of the industrial city of Turin, the great migration, of struggles, whose development has often "ate" the historic Turin, capital of a Kingdom. A place that felt was impressive and that I hope is transformed, as was in the original plan, in a garden.
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  • Finally I was able to visit, after the restoration of the end of 1970, the small Pantheon, which recalls the most famous of Rome, and designed in the neoclassical style by the architect Angelo Demezzi in 1886. The mausoleum, so called, is surrounded by a large rectangular Park right at the edge of Turin in the South of the city and was dedicated to meetings of King Vittorio Emanuele II with its Bela Rosin (Rosa Vercellana). The structure over time, degrading, and only in 1974 episodes had the city of Turin placed the damage and then in the early years 2000 managing passed at public libraries towns that organize exhibitions, concerts and shows. Deserves a greater advertising emphasis. Possibility of parking.
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  • Nice to see and for events organized
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  • Beautiful. Reproduction of the great mother
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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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  • Beautiful site surrounded by Park on the outskirts of Turin South where many events are organized
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