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Mole Antonelliana

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Claire
Claire
June 12, 2017
take the glass lift to the top! the true skyline of Turin! With a great cinema museum too! A must when in the city!
Fulvio F
Fulvio F
May 22, 2017
Is was built ad a Synagogue by Alessandro Antonelli, it is the National Museum of the Cinema now. It is the simbol of the city. The glass elevator will take you to the top of the dome where you can see the city, the hill and the mountains.
Enrico
Enrico
January 15, 2017
Il più famoso monumento di Torino The most famous monument of Turin 都灵的最着名的纪念碑
Cristina
Cristina
January 9, 2017
La Mole, simbolo indiscusso della nostra città, fu commissionata per farne una sinagoga, capace di ospitare 1500 fedeli, cioè l'intera popolazione ebrea della città. Oggi è sede del Museo Nazionale del cinema e non potete perdervela! The symbol of Turin, this 167m tower with its distinctive…
Heidi & Stefano
Heidi & Stefano
December 6, 2016
Symbol of the city of Turin, the Mole Antonelliana’s construction begun in 1863 and was designed by Alessandro Antonelli to be a synagogue. This unique building, 167 meters high, has a square base surmounted by the famous dome, the "tempietto" and the spire. You can reach the “tempietto” (85 m…

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“the cinema Museum Is unique. I could spent full days inside there. You can skip the cue for the elevator if you want to visit just the museum (more worthy)”
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Ubicación
20 Via Montebello
Torino, 10124
Teléfono011 813 8560
Estado según horario de aperturaAbierto · Cierra a las 8:00 PM