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  • Royal Residences
    Far from being merely a display of their contents, these palaces house prestigious exhibitions, international events and are institutions of world standing...
    every Royal Residence has its own character and features that will be a pleasure to discover.
    In the heart of Turin, facing onto the splendid Piazza Castello, is Palazzo Reale, the city residence for the royal court designed by Castellamonte. Or Palazzo Madama which, fronted by the glorious facade by Filippo Juvarra, houses the Museum of Ancient Art which tells the two-thousand history of the city. A short distance away is Palazzo Carignano, one of baroque's most emblematic buildings, and then alongside the River Po there is Valentino Castle, the most appropriate context for accommodating the Faculty of Architecture annex of the famed Politecnico di Torino. Just outside Turin is Rivoli Castle in which there is one of Europe's most notable museums of Contemporary Art, while the Reggia di Venaria puts on many interesting international exhibitions in its rooms during the course of the year.


    Of no less merit are the Palazzina di Caccia di Stupinigi (Stupinigi Hunting Lodge), and Moncalieri Castle where the 1st Carabinieri Battalion “Piemonte” is based. An outstanding feature in the heart of Canavese is the impressive Castello Ducale di Agliè while, outside the province, the castles of Racconigi, Govone, Pollenzo and Casotto are important on the tourist trail.


    To get to know the peculiarities of each location, look for the icon to check the details of every Residence making up one of the World Heritage Sites.


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    APPARTAMENTI REALI DEL CASTELLO DE LA MANDRIA
    Viale Carlo Emanuele II, 256 (entrata Ponte Verde) - 10078 Venaria Reale
    Telephone: +39 0114993381
    Web: www.parchireali.gov.it

    The Royal Apartments of Borgo Castello offer 14 rooms and a gallery, completely furnished, where one relives the times of Vittorio Emanuele II between the Risorgimento and the unifi cation of Italy.


    ARMERIA REALE
    Piazzetta Reale, 1 - 10122 Torino
    Telephone: +39 0114361455
    Web: www.poloreale.beniculturali.it

    One of the largest weapons collections in the world. Inaugurated in 1837 by Carlo Alberto, it displays numerous types of steel weapons and fi rearms, armour, numismatic collections and applied art objects.

    The ticket includes admission to the Royal Armory, Antiquities Museum, Galleria Sabaudia and the 1st floor of the Royal Palace , valid for the day of issue.

    CASTELLO CAVOUR DI SANTENA
    Piazza Visconti Venosta, 2 - 10026 Santena
    Telephone: +39 011597373
    Web: www.camillocavour.com
    The eighteenth century complex, designed by Francesco Gallo and transformed in the 19th century, includes the Castle, the park landscaped by Xavier Kurten, the tomb of Cavour and a neo-medieval tower.

    CASTELLO DEL VALENTINO
    Viale Mattioli, 39 - 10125 Torino

    Web: castellodelvalentino.polito.it
    Built starting in the 16th century, it was rebuilt and enlarged at the behest of Christine Maria, wife of Vittorio Amedeo I, by Carlo and Amedeo di Castellamonte (1620-1660): the French taste of the Madama Reale is seen in in the pitched roofs.Today it houses the Faculty of Architecture.
    To book the visit: http://castellodelvalentino.polito.it/?page_id=935

    CASTELLO DELLA CONTESSA ADELAIDE SUSA
    Via dell'Impero Romano - 10059 Susa
    Telephone: +39 0122648311
    Web: www.cittadisusa.it
    The castle (11th century) was the home of Countess Adelaide and was used by the Counts of Savoy when they lived at Susa.

    CASTELLO DI CASOTTO
    Val Casotto - 12075 Garessio
    Built as a Certosa in the 12th century, it was extensively remodelled in the 17th and 18th centuries by Francesco Gallo and Bernardo Vittone. Bought by the Savoy in 1837, it was partially rebuilt to become the Royal summer residence.

    CASTELLO DI MONCALIERI
    Piazza Baden Baden, 4 - 10024 Moncalieri
    Telephone: +39 3665992861
    Web: www.polomusealepiemonte.beniculturali.it
    From fortress to Royal Residence.
    One of the oldest of the Savoy residences, the Castle of Moncalieri, located just a short way from Torino, rises in all its restrained monumentality to guard the River Po.

    CASTELLO DI RACCONIGI
    Piazza Carlo Alberto - 12035 Racconigi
    Telephone: +39 017284005
    Web: www.polomusealepiemonte.beniculturali.it

    The royal holiday residence of Carlo Alberto, this 17th century Guarinidesigned castle was extended and renovated during the 1800s by Ernest Melano, Pelagio Palagi and Xavier Kurten.


    CASTELLO DI RIVOLI MUSEO D'ARTE CONTEMPORANEA
    Piazza Mafalda di Savoia - 10098 Rivoli
    Telephone: +39 0119565280
    Web: www.castellodirivoli.org

    Magnifi cent Baroque building and Savoy residence, today home to one of the most important contemporary art museums in Italy; it houses works that document the artistic activity of the 1950s to the present day as well as important temporary exhibitions.


    CASTELLO DI SUSA
    Via dell'Impero Romano - 10059 Susa
    Telephone: 3935837413
    Web: www.cittadisusa.it

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