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Magic Turin Evening Tour

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Elegant Turin has a secret history shrouded in mystery and links to magic and the occult. Discover the dark side to the city during this guided tour by night that takes in sights and landmarks linked to the city’s twins “souls”, one associated with black magic and the other with white magic. Visit areas of the city considered cursed since Roman times, sinister architecture, and forbidding statues.
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Tom wrote a review Oct 4
Hertford, United Kingdom49 contributions41 helpful votes
Not only is it a beautiful landmark seen from pretty much anywhere in Turin but it’s even more spectacular inside.
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Date of experience: October 2020
1 Helpful vote
Paul Legate wrote a review Oct 2
St Ives, United Kingdom16,232 contributions22,417 helpful votes
The Mole Antonelliana is a stunning structure in the heart of the city. The building takes its name from its creator Alessandro Antonelli. Construction of the building began in 1863 shortly after the unification of Italy. Completion was in 1889 after the death of Alessandro Antonelli. Initially the building was designed to be a synagogue and is now home to the National Museum of Cinema. It was somewhere that I have always wanted to see and I wasn't disappointed, I visited in July 2020 so I was unable to go inside due to Covid restrictions but at least I was able to get close enough to appreciate the immensity of the place.
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Date of experience: July 2020
94 Helpful votes4 Reposts
Attenzione Attrazione wrote a review Jul 2020
Florence, Italy41 contributions105 helpful votes
If you have time, you should definitely visit and climb with glass elevator this amazing tower, and take a picture from the top. Also there is cinema museum, but that is up to you and your time. View from the top is simply amazing. But go when the sky is clear for better experience.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Nik R wrote a review May 2020
Varna, Bulgaria5,189 contributions2,957 helpful votes
This grand building, built just after the Risorgimento and originally designed to be a synagogue (but it never was), rises high above most of the buildings in Turin. Nowadays, it houses the amazing National Museum of Cinema. You can go up to the top of the dome and contemplate the marvelous view that open - the whole city of Turin, its surrounding area and the Alps. You can use the lift or you can go on foot, climbing the stairs (not recommended though for obvious reasons) and you will need a ticket which can be combined with a visit to the cinema and you will save some euros. Although it was Christmas time, the line was not big but the roof was quite packed and we had to be patient to get the best photo-shoot spots.
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Date of experience: December 2019
62 Helpful votes2 Reposts
dimitri wrote a review Mar 2020
5 contributions6 helpful votes
the city is great and clean. its big but easy to visit all the places with public transportation. it was my last day in the city and i got suggested to visit the Mole. its such tall buildingand the view when you reach the topis priceless.the museo inside its also amazing..
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Date of experience: May 2019
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