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The Armory is part of the Royal palace Complex and has been listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list since 1997. The building itself was completed in 1762, and it is located between the Royal Palace and Palazzo Madama. The collection was placed on public...More
If you are touring the other sites in the Reale with a combination ticket or Museum Pass then you definitely will want to take a look at this part of the Museum complex. It has one of the most spectacular displays of armor for people...More
Even if I had one week for visit Turin, I would skip this visit. It is near my house, I have the annual 'Museum Pass', I frequently go to the 'Museo Egizio', Galleria Sabauda, to Palazzo Madama, Antichità, but very, very rarely to the Armeria...More
The heart of the city. This busy square houses the Royal Palace Museum, the tourist office, several churches and the Art museum. Plus, the open top tourist bus starts and ends here. There are fountains in the main square, plus often outdoor concerts. Always lively...More
The House of Savoy's armour and arms collection fills two grand halls and is truly magnificent. The highlights include complete armours from Giovanpaolo Negroli, Pompeo Della Cesa and Kolman Helmschmied. Unfortunately, the documentation is not at the level these stunning works of art and craftsmanship...More