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Palazzo Falletti di Barolo

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Still in virtually pristine condition, Palazzo Barolo is a fine example of a patrician dwelling in Turin. Built in the late seventeenth century by Baroncelli, it was restored in the middle of the eighteenth century by Alfieri, who also decorated the apartments with paintings and period furniture. In the mid-nineteenth century, the palace was an important cultural salon.



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