Mole Antonelliana, Turin, Italy. Mole refers to a monumental building, while Antonelliana honors the architect of this tallest museum in the world. Built in 1889, the building served as a synagogue and later was turned into a museum.
The landmark of Turin houses the National Museum of Cinema now, so it can definitely be called a temple of cinema. The viewpoint in the top of the Mole Antonelliana offers a bird’s-eye view: a wonderful panorama to the city and Alps opens.
When to go there?
Turin is also known as the capital of the Alps: summers are mild, winters are cold.
Why to go there?
One of the most famous landmarks in the beautiful city of Turin.
How to get there?
Easy access, since the museum is situated in the center of Turin.
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Lead photo by Francesco Riccardo Iacomino
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