Photographer's Note

As I wrote previously Palazzo Madama, in the middle of Castello square, has different souls: one Medieval, as you see here, with the old fortess dating XIII century (but restyled around), another Baroque, due to the raising of Savoy family in the European panorama, which I already posted.
And third, the castle has in the undergrounds several Roman walls, witnesses of the Roman history of the town, so it is a unique timeline talking of the ancient origin of Turin and its role in Italian events during more then two thousand years.
So the castle is a World Heritage Site of UNESCO.

Here there is also another pleasant artistic work of the same author of the "Valentines" (already posted)

papagolf21, ikeharel heeft deze opmerking als nuttig gemarkeerd

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