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Torre Troyana, Asti

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Observation Deck · Hidden Gem · Landmark
The Torre Troyana (Troyan Tower, after the family Troya that built it) is a tower in Asti, Italy, and one of the main symbols of the city.

It is a campanile, or freestanding bell tower, and in the 19th century it was used to signal hours during daylight.

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  • Interesting tower. Good views around the city. You have to climb up a lot of steps. The tower is unmanned and you have to obtain your ticket from the Palazzo Mazzetti in the town centre. They will...  more »
  • A really nice 12-13th century tower 44m high which is wonderfully decorated from the exterior. Worth going up to have a nice view of the city.  more »
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  • Great views over Asti. Quiet on June afternoon, there was no one in the tower but us. Went as part of the Asti 6 museums pass, obtained from Palazzo Mazzetti.
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