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The "Mole Antonelliana", the architectural symbol of Turin, was launched by the architect Alessandro Antonelli (from the city of Novara) in 1863. Orig...

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Museums

The monumental Mole Antonelliana is the architectural symbol of Turin and home to the famous crystal elevator that takes you to a breath-tak...

Duration
1 day
£ 15
Museums

Visit the charming historical center of Turin and walk through its main historical squares. The squares that you will visit of this tour wil...

Duration
3 hours
Available in: English
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£ 50
£ 42.50
Museums

The National Museum of Cinema is housed in the Mole Antonelliana, a historic building and iconic symbol of Turin. The tour runs between incr...

Duration
2 hours
Available in: English
Guided Visit
£ 36
Bus tours

The first floor consists in the Archeology of Cinema, followed by the Temple Hall and the Film Machine. You'll find a floor dedicated to the...

Duration
2 days
Available in: English
Entrance Tickets
£ 35

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The inside story

The "Mole Antonelliana", the architectural symbol of Turin, was launched by the architect Alessandro Antonelli (from the city of Novara) in 1863. Originally conceived as a synagogue, it was purchased in 1878 by the Municipality of Turin, while it was still under construction, to turn it into a monument for national unity.

With a height of 167.5 meters, the "Mole" is the most impressive building in the city center of Turin and for a long time was even considered the highest stone construction in Europe. Still, during the twentieth century it was repeatedly restored and strengthened by reinforced concrete and steel beams.

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