Turin (Torino), Mole Antonelliana tower, simbol of the city. Italy
Turin (Torino), Mole Antonelliana tower, simbol of the city. Italy

The Mole Antonelliana

No trip to Turin would be complete without visiting its iconic symbol: the Mole Antonelliana. An unusual piece of architecture, this beautiful building stands as the highest in the region and features a distinctive aluminium spire, celebrated on the Italian two-cent coin. The Mole was built in 1863 by architect Alessandro Antonelli and was originally intended to be a synagogue, but is now home to Turin’s National Museum of Film, celebrating both film and history.

Alongside the museum, visitors can also enjoy panoramic views over Turin by ascending the Mole’s impressive panoramic viewing platform. On a clear day, fantastic vistas of Turin, the River Po and the distant Alps can be enjoyed. The viewing balcony sits at 85 metres above the ground and is reached by a clear cabin, lasting 59 seconds - one not to be missed.  
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