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Palazzo Madama in Turin, Italy (18 images)

Created 13 Apr 2011.  
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Part medieval, part Baroque, Palazzo Madama makes an imposing effect at the Piazza Castello in central Turin, Italy. It was built in the 14th century on the site of an old Roman Gate. The Palazzo got it´s name after Madama Reale Maria Cristina, the widow of Vittorio Amedeo I, who lived here in the 17th century. The entrance hall inside the magnificent baroque facade is open to public.
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