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Asti Walking Tour
"Asti is a gem of Northern Italy. Less known than other Italian cities Asti reveals its century-long history in a city-centre rich in medieval towers and noble palaces once owned by powerful banker families recognized for their power all over Europe. Our journey back in time will start at the time of the Romans who founded later an independent medieval town that fought against Alba Milan Genoa and many foreign conquerors imposing its own rules and even its own currency. We will admire some paintings dating back to the XV century one of the first examples of Renaissance influence here in Piedmont. The impressive Cathedral
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Private Tour: Lake Maggiore and Vicolungo Outlet Day Trip from Milan
"This exceptional tour starts from your Milan hotel with the driver picking up you from your hotel around 10.00 am.With a 60 minutes ride on-board of our luxury vehicles you'll arrive to Stresa. From Stresa you can easily get to Isola Bella and then to Isola Pescatori where we suggest you to lunch in one of the nice restaurants there. Our driver can accompany you to the 2 Islands if you feel better to have a local escort. The visit of 2 Islands will require about 3 hours (Park and Palace Borromeo are closed in winter time - until 13 march 2016). This is a wonderful visit especially in winter when a few tourists are present and you can get one of the most romantic experience in your life. In the afternoon
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Milan Shopping Tour: Vicolungo The Style Outlets
"Meet your host in the center of Milan and then hop aboard your coach for the short journey west to Vicolungo The Style Outlets. Before departure your host will give you a tourist card that enables you to claim an extra 5-10% discount on top of the outlet’s already heavily reduced prices.After just an hour arrive at the premier shopping outlet and head inside to shop ‘til you drop! Saunter around the spacious outdoor mall lined with 150 shops featuring men’s and women’s clothing sportswear accessories and cosmetics. Big-name international brands are in abundance here and shops like Armani
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La Mole - The Mole

La mole Antoniellana es uno de los edificios más emblemáticos de Turín , que curiosamente no se ve hasta que casi te topas con él El diseño original era una sinagoga judía , pero después de diversos...
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Oct 30, 2011

1-1-2-3-4-8-13-21... the Mole, Fibonacci & Cinema

The Mole is the symbol of Torino. The tower's classical style contrasts with its vertical progress. Until a few years ago it was the highest stone building in Europe (167.50 metres).The Mole was built...
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Apr 04, 2011

1-Day Turin

Turin was the first capital of modern Italy, and was the host of the 2006 Winter Olympic Games. Many say that it’s the European capital of Baroque as many palaces and churches were built in this style...
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Sep 11, 2009

The 'Mole'

The "Mole" has been turned into a film musium showing the progression of filmmaking since early times. Plan to spend several hours taking in the whole experience. Also. take the elevator ride to the...
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Apr 01, 2008

The Mole

The symbol of Torino.. you will see it from almost every corner of the city. The lumination brings additional charm at night.. Cinema museum inside worth a visit.. we queued for an hour to get in...
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Mar 25, 2008

Great views of Turin

The Mole Antonelliana is 167 meters high. The new lift has crystal sides so you have great sight of inside has you speed past to 85 metres up. Surpassed by the wonderful view when you arrive at the...
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May 20, 2007

Mole Antonelliana

This is the Mole (pronounced "molay") Antonellian which used to be a Jewish Synagogue but is now home to the Museum of Cinema and a glass lift wich takes you to the top of the building to see the view...
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Feb 18, 2007

Mole Antonelliana

Completed in 1889, this structure, 167.5m tall, can be seen from all over Turin. It's the home of the Museo Nazionale del Cinema (National Museum of the Cinema) which is world-renowned. I didn't have...
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Sep 29, 2006

It had to be a sinagogue

The Mole antonelliana is the most famous monument of Torino. It was built by Alessandro Antonelli between 1863 and 1889 and, originally, it was planned to be a sinagogue. It is 185 metres high, so...
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Jul 27, 2006

The lift at the Mole

A unique thrill, to be experienced in the monument that is the emblem of Turin. A spectular trip into the history of the city with the opportunity to enjoy a matchless panorama!!!!The trip is done in...
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May 04, 2006

Mole Antonelliana

This building is the Turin equivalent of the Eiffel Tower in Paris: an unmissably tall landmark that serves no clear purpose except perhaps to act as a signature for the city. It looks like a...
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Apr 01, 2006

Mole Antonelliana & Monte dei Cappuccini

Icon of the city, and minted on the backside of the Italian 2 Eurocent coin, this downtown spire dwarfs all other city buildings. It hosts the National Museum of Cinema and an elevator - not...
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Feb 20, 2006
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"Torino - After the Olympics"
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"Torino, 2006 Winter Olimpics"
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Monte dei Cappuccini

It is well worth a walk to Monte dei Cappuccini, the hill on the other side of the Po (about 15 minutes by foot from the Gran Madre) where you can find the church of Santa Maria del Monte. Three the...
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Sacra Sindone (Holy Shroud)

The Shroud of Turin is housed in a special chapel inside Torino's Duomo. The shroud is put on display extremely rarely (think once every five or ten years), most visitors will have the opportunity to...
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Porta Palazzo and Balon: street markets

Porta Palazzo is one of the antique Roman gates entering the town. The real name is Porta Palatina. There are still some remains of the Roman walls, a statue of Emperor Augustus and the remains of the...
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