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Palazzo Barolo, Turin

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  • Me and my friends went to the Palazzo Barolo this weekend. We were passing in front of the museum when we decided to enter, but what was waiting for us inside was simply amazing! It was almost closing...  more »
  • To visit one of the best preserved noble residences. Trivia: the Mozart room and room Pellico.Il educated and trained staff, Silvio will make you relive the history of one of the most important families of Piedmont. Remarkable frescoes on the times.
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  • If you like Baroque, and you're ready to make a jump back in time until 1600, please feel free to visit this noble residence. For visiting hours and a taste of what you see, visit the website of "operabarolo". The Palace also hosts art exhibitions. As previously reported by other visitors, in addition to two storeys, of which the second is more glitzy, don't miss a visit to the cellars.
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  • A beautiful aristocratic Palace in the center of Turin. The building is on two floors, the second is the more richly decorated. Theoretically they would be visible even the cellars, which we couldn't see because it arrived too late. A voluntary tour guide, very prepared and enthusiastic in our case, takes visitors, explaining the history and furnishings of this mansion of Turin little known. Currently, besides being Museum hosts events of various kinds.
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  • Located on via delle Orfane, is disturbing to the busts under Windows, depicting a woman's head and the skeleton of a goat. Looks amazing for an elegant 17th century building, home of the Opera Pia marquises by Tancredi and Giulia di Barolo. But it is true that this building died Silvio Pellico in 1854.
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  • One of a thousand amazing places in Turin
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  • Historic charm. Worth a splurge but preceded by a little research about its fascinating history. One of the lesser-known symbols of Turin ...
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  • Beautiful building with lovely fine 17th century furniture gods. It is home of the Opera Pia Barolo. Excellent guided tours.
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