Turin Stands Tall

Fiercely proud of its culture, the city is modernizing without abandoning its traditions
Bruce Schoenfeld
Issue: March 31, 2006

Visitors to Turin often learn to drop their conventional notions of the city. They quickly discover this to be a fiercely original place, one that is anything but typically Italian. Turin's architecture is baroque, and its cafés, public spaces and pastries seem more French or Swiss than Florentine.

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