If you do not consider the Palazzaccio, a 1965 offensive building in front of the Renaissance Turin Dome, Piazza San Giovanni should be one of the most interesting squares in town. Facing the Dome, on your left you can find a Roman anfiteatro and the Porte Palatine, which saw celebrities such as Caesar Augustus and Napoleon. Then on your right there's Palazzo Chiablese, worth a visit when open and a small passage which leads directly to the external court of the Royal Palace.
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