Mole Antonelliana, Via Montebello, 10124 Turin, Italy
+39 ( 0) 11 53 51 81
NileGuide Expert tip:
Take the 59 second journey in the glass lift to the viewing platform for great views over the city.
This iconic building is in many ways Turin's Eiffel Tower, the symbol of Turin. A 167.5 metre landmark, originally planned as a synagogue by Alessandro Antonelli
, it was the highest brick building in the world at the time of its completion and remains the tallest building in Turin. Damaged by a storm in 1953, the spire was rebuilt, following its collapse, in metal with a stone overlay. Today it is home to Italy's National Cinema Museum.