Turin in the north of Italy is a capital of Italian Baroque and Belle Époque architecture. Originally its structures developed within a fortified grid built by the Romans, which marked the city center.
For more than a century, the most recognizable building in Turin has been the Mole Antonelliana, which opened in 1889 and is now home to the National Cinema Museum. This view of Turin shows its urban core dominated by Mole Antonelliana and the Alpine mountains in the distance.
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