Museums and royal residences.
The heart of the Turin Baroque is the Corona di Delizie (Crown of Delights). The Royal Residences circuit, declared World Heritage Site in 1997, including Palazzo Reale, Palazzo Madama, Palazzo Carignano, Palazzo Chiablese, Reggia di Venaria, Villa della Regina, Castello del Valentino, Castello di Rivoli, Palazzina di Caccia di Stupinigi, Basilica di Superga, Castello Ducale di Agliè and others.
Turin is very well known for its uncountable museums and, among these, the Egyptian Museum and the National Cinema Museum are some of the most visited.
The Egyptian Museum, renovated in April 2015, is considered, for the value of the finds, the most important in the world after the one in Cairo. It is located in the historic Palazzo dell'Accademia delle Scienze erected in the seventeenth century by the architect Guarino Guarini.
The National Cinema Museum, unique in Italy and one of the most important in the world, is housed in the Mole Antonelliana, symbol of the City of Turin. Inside the museum there is also a panoramic lift that makes its run in a single open-air span up to the "tempietto", where you can see the panorama of the city.
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