Km 4,1 / Elevation change + 77
From here the road goes alongside an area full of farmed fields, woods and residential areas on the sides of the moraine on which rises the oldest settlement of Rivoli: its Roman origins can be seen in significant remains along the Via ad Galliam towards Rosta, while its medieval part rose on the hillside dominated by the 11th century Castle, now an impressive baroque building designed in the 18th century by Filippo Juvarra but which remained unfinished. Since its restoration by the architect Andrea Bruno, completed in 1984, this Savoy Residence has become home to the most important Italian museum for contemporary art, with a prestigious permanent collection, events and exhibitions of international standing. Along the historical paved streets of the town, its rich past is still much in evidence: the Casa del Conte Verde, home to Amedeo VI of Savoy, a 14th century gem with a facade decorated with anthropomorphic and floral motifs in terracotta; the 17th century Church of Santa Croce with traces of an ancient medieval confraternity operating as a hospital; Palazzo Piozzo Rosignano erected in 1788 as the residence of the Chancellor of the Grand Priorate of the Order of Malta; the Torre della filanda, one of the most important examples of medieval architecture of Rivoli.
, 10090 Rosta (TO)

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