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Torino (Turin) -a large city of about one million inhabitants- is set in the North-Western corner of Italy (45° N, 7° E), one-hour driving from the French border and slightly more than that from the Mediterranean sea.  
 
Torino (Turin) -a large city of about one million inhabitants- is set in the North-Western corner of Italy (45° N, 7° E), one-hour driving from the French border and slightly more than that from the Mediterranean sea.  
  
Its main attractions include its baroque palaces and churches, its regular and attractive street grid, its extensive network of arcades, and a number of important museums.
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Torino's main attractions include important baroque palaces and churches, a regular and attractive street grid, an extensive network of arcades, famous coffeeshops and a number of important museums.

Revision as of 14:28, 28 January 2004

Torino (Turin) -a large city of about one million inhabitants- is set in the North-Western corner of Italy (45° N, 7° E), one-hour driving from the French border and slightly more than that from the Mediterranean sea.

Torino's main attractions include important baroque palaces and churches, a regular and attractive street grid, an extensive network of arcades, famous coffeeshops and a number of important museums.