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Best things to do in Turin

If you’ve heard of Turin, it’s likely because you’re familiar with the city’s most famous attractions: the Shroud of Turin, although the city's primary symbol is the distinctive Mole Antonelliana spire that, despite the building’s relatively low stature, it was once the tallest brick building in the world and today houses the tallest museum in the world (Italy’s National Museum of Cinema). Interestingly, the Mole Antonelliana was initially designed to be a synagogue. Italy may not be the first place you’d look for the most extensive collection of Egyptian antiquities outside Cairo, but Turin’s Egyptian Museum contains just that. Car enthusiasts may want to take an elevator to the top floor of the Lingotto building, a former Fiat factory - although today Lingotto is a multi-use building (housing a mall, hotel, and concert halls), the rooftop remains as it was when Fiat used to bring its finished cars up for a test drive on the rooftop track.

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