The mass of impressions will give a tour to Galleria Sabauda opened in 1832. There is a large collection of paintings that once belonged to Savoy rulers within its walls. The age of some works of art is more than five centuries; there are works of well-known French and Dutch painters here.
No less interesting is the collection of the Civic Museum of Ancient Art located in fascinating Palazzo Madama. There are relics belonging to a variety of historical periods in the collection, as well as pottery, ceramics, jewelry, glass and prints. An important symbol of the city is the Mole Antonelliana tower of the 19th century. More than a hundred years ago in there was a synagogue in 160-meter tower. Recently, the historic building was converted into Museo Nazionale del Cinema. At the top of the tower there is an excellent viewing platform showing the city and its surroundings to guests of the museum.
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