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Villa della Regina, Turin

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The Villa della Regina is a palace in the city of Turin, Piedmont, Italy. It was originally built by the House of Savoy in the 17th century.

In 1997, it was placed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list along with 13 other residences of the House of Savoy.
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  • Well worth the 15 min walk from the centre of Turin to go and visit. As with all these old buildings not as sharp as they once were, but you still get a wow monment when you go in. Some bits were... 
    Well worth the 15 min walk from the centre of Turin to go and visit. As with all these old buildings not as sharp as they once were, but you still get a wow monment when you go in. Some bits were...  more »
  • This villa is somewhat outside the city centre and uphill. Even after the bus stop, you still need to climb a bit. Views over the city and the Alps are okay from the top gardens but the area itself... 
    This villa is somewhat outside the city centre and uphill. Even after the bus stop, you still need to climb a bit. Views over the city and the Alps are okay from the top gardens but the area itself...  more »
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  • From the gardens of the villas, there is a fantastic view of the city. It's a peaceful location that's well worth a visit. In comparison to other places in Torino, the interiors of the villa are not particularly impressive; in some cases they appear to be in need of restoration. If the weather is lovely you should check the place for it's peaceful gardens.
  • Wonderful venue up a steep hill on the left explored side of the river in Turin. The house has obviously fallen into much disrepair over the years and is open to the public to raise funds for the mammoth task of preserving it, in years to come this will be a stunning venue. Visit, respect it and help the people that work here to preserve the building.

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