Via Roma starts at the southeast of Piazza Castello and ends up at Piazza Carlo Felice opposite the Porta Nuova station. It ... More
Via Roma starts at the southeast of Piazza Castello and ends up at Piazza Carlo Felice opposite the Porta Nuova station. It is divided midway by Piazza San Carlo , so that the traveler must walk through that plaza in order to complete a trip to the other end. Its present-day configuration is due to a renovation, which took place between 1931 and 1937. The side closest to Piazza Castello is reminiscent of the Baroque, whereas the second part is decisively Art Deco. By day it glitters with luxurious shops, which line the street, enhanced at night by neon lights.
In the greenhouses of the Royal Gardens, the Museo di Antichità displays collections which start from pre historic times, up
until the late Roman, Etruscan, Italian and Greco Hellenistic periods of civilization. Set up from the collections of the ...
In the 12 room renovated exhibition space of the Pinacoteca dell'Accademia Albertina visitors can admire more than 100 paintings from
the years between the 15th and 18th centuries. Amongst the painters who stand out are Filippino Lippi, Martino Spanzotti, ...
The Palazzo Madama is situated in the centre of Piazza Castello , with its facade facing Via Garibaldi . It
takes its name from the two Royal Dames who lived here, Maria Cristina and Giovanna Battista. During past centuries, ...
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