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The capital of the Alps

Capital of the Piedmont region, it is an important cultural and business centre in northern Italy. Italy's fourth most populous city with almost one million inhabitants, it is also known as "the capital of the Alps", given its location at the foot of this famous mountain range. The so-called "cradle of Italy" has also been considered the political centre of Europe for many years. It has the honour of being the first capital of Italy in 1861 and the residence of the Royal House of Savoy, which made it one of the most important cities in the region. A land full of artistic and cultural heritage and, above all, much history. Although it is not one of the largest cities in terms of area, the whole of Turin is full of places to discover.

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