Palazzo Barolo, Turin

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  • ... that inhabits this place, if only you have the patience to delve into the human story of Marchesi di Barolo, is thick with references to social, to philanthropy, such an enlightened vision of society that goes well with the character of Turin, city of Saints and benefactors. Recommended guided tour especially of school Museum. These days it is also the temporary exhibition on journeys of the Marquis for Italy and Europe with rich captions (unfortunately only in Italian)
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  • I recommend everyone visiting this interesting building that is often not included in the tourist circuits. We visited from Milan on a recommendation from a friend. Escorted us a very nice guide volunteer who sent us his passion for this building and its history told us with competence and professionalism by the features of the.
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  • Excellent building in the historical centre of Turin, where lived the Marchesi di Barolo. Very nice rooms. Great driving. Worth a visit
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  • Top experience in Turin - like stepping into another world! A 2 hour guided tour around an incredible building for just 5 Euros. The tour guide was really lovely. We were the only English speakers in the group, so he offered to say everything twice: in Italian, then in English. We insisted Italian was fine (we're trying to learn), so he took the time to speak really slowly to help us, and clarify in English when he saw we didn't quite understand, without making us feel awkward at all. He was incredibly knowledgeable, and really brought the beautiful building to life, and I particularly enjoyed his personal tale of the ghost! The palazzo was just magical: sumptuous room after room, with amazing paintings, decor and history. Absolutely exquisite experience!
  • A Nobile house is well represented here, the entrance is astonishing and some of the room too.
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  • One of the most important stately Baroque Turin, belonged to the Marquis Carlo Tancredi and Giulia Falletti di Barolo. Now the building is owned by the Opera Barolo which continues the action in solidarity and social, political and cultural engagement pursued by the Marquis. The Palace is open to the public, tours are organized with the help of volunteers, to admire its apartments, including one that housed Silvio Pellico, Librarian of the Marquis. The Palace also houses the Museum of the school and the children's book (Sama) and frequently are organized exhibitions and artistic events.
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  • Two hours passed in a great company, led by Mrs. Sandra (voluntary), exploring this beautiful Palace, next to which were passed dozens of times without knowing what a beautiful Pearl of architecture and history inside. Recommended to everyone! Very nice view of the young Dr. Edward Accattino, that i congratulate you!
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