Mole Antonelliana

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A major landmark of the city, this 167m-high tower was a bold design, built in 1863 by the architect Alessandro Antonielli to serve as a place of worship for Turin's Jewish community. It was sold to the municipality in 1877, and today houses the fabulous collection of the National Cinema Museum. A central glass lift allows visitors to get an idea of the museum's astonishing layout on the way up to the top of the Mole, from where there is a broad panoramic view over Turin.

Useful information

Address:

Via Montebello, 20, 10124 Torino

Price:

7 €

Opening hours

panoramic lift: daily except Tue 9am‑8pm (11pm Sat)

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