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Parco Della Rimembranza, Turin

(4.3/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • I visited this park on the weekend of the Park would be very nice if it held better. It all seems abandoned with trails sometimes non-existent. Somewhat absurd signs posters should try better paths, better than a GPS. Many droppings around, little control as to who should. There are no many baskets to collect cards etc.
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  • Generally this park up three titles than he us and drew: Memorial Park, Park of Maddalena and the Park of partisan republics of Piedmont. This ogrmonyj park grounds in the hills. Here is the victory lighthouse and Arboretum, even animals. We liked, we traveled by car, seemed so much easier than public transport.
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  • How to spend a beautiful summer day away from the heat of the city, in a park within easy reach. While in Turin, the temperature was over 30 degrees, I thought to bring my grandchildren in a park which is only 20 minutes from the Centre, but it is about 700 metres above sea level, so the paths are cool and shaded. The whole Park is well maintained, with gravel walkways also allow children to easily walk or carry a baby carriage, there are picnic tables were well kept and clean, baskets to store garbage. Each tree has a name plate that is reminiscent of a fallen soldier in the first world war, and so, walking, I told my grandchildren stories about the war and the many boys who never returned. Believe me, reading their names aloud, going up through the trees, becomes more real and tangible also the story of a war that seems so far away.
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  • I loved this park, absolutely amazing and breathtaking (literally, as you you have to walk a lot to reach the statue or the highest point). The park, well more like woods, is really amazing and filled with trees. The path to reach the top would be marked in blue (short route) and red (long route). It took us around 45' to reach the top, but it was worth it. The only thing was, it was all snowing and the woods are amazingly creepy when it's foggy and you are alone... Worth a look!
  • Beautiful panorama on Turin,alps,western and southern Piedmont. Ww1's royal italian soldiers memorial park,rich in threes and quiet; on his highest point,there is the Vittoria alata,third world's big bronze statue
  • Absolutely the best (and largest) Park of Turin! It can be reached from the town with 70 Gtt and immediately catapulted into the nature and greenery, recommended if you want to find some peace without having to leave the city
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  • A nice place
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  • On top of the Hill a second place to take a leisurely walk
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