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Palazzo Barolo, Turin

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  • Magnificent palace in the centre of Turin, with an intimate tour (we were only 4 tourists throughout the building) and a passionate and exciting Italian guide who made a lot of effort to mix french and Italian so that we understand the maximum (and we also had a brochure in support). In short, a tour off the beaten track.
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  • Externally the building is presented as one of many nobiliary buildings which embellish the center of Turin. But inside the stucco and the finishes are of great value. Belonged to the counts Provana and then to Faletti di Barolo, within its walls also hosted Silvio Pellico who died in this building. The visit is guided and very interesting, a little gem in the heart of Turin to visit.
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  • Never been treated so rudely in a museum before! Four people sitting doing nothing not even able to say that the place was about to close in anything close to s pleasant way! 
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  • Elegant and refined with a treat, wanton beauty environments. Also interesting is the story of the Marquis Falletti. Not to be missed
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  • The building is very nice to visit and interesting history of the Marquis. Extremely commendable commitment to the community and in particular the most needy population. The visit is enhanced even further if your guide is Francesco Valerio, a person really kind, friendly, appassinata of what he speaks and lover of those places, able to convey to visitors the excitement of the events happened in the Palace. For those visiting Turin, sights is a gem outside of the usual places. Laura and family
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  • Are historical buildings of Turin, among the most beautiful ever! Worth a quick visit
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  • The historical part of Turin is very famous for its ancient buildings and institutions of the Palazzo di Barolo, one of them
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