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Public Question Asked by David S. about Turin
Can anyone tell me if Torino and Turin two different cities?
The Best Answer
Answered by Antiqua Tours , Rome, Italy
Torino is the Italian name and Turin is the English name, hope the helps.
Answered by Robert Triozzi , Roma, Italy
Although Turin has been traditionally used by English speaking people even they now say Torino. If you recall, during the Winter Olympics of 2006 ALL the English language TV Sportscasters said Torino - personally I think it sounds better that way!
Answered by claudio coppi , Firenze, Italy
YES, It's the same
Answered by Alessandro Gariano , Marcellinara, Italy
Absolutely the same!
Answered by a Localyte , Rome, Italy
Same place. Perhaps you might be interested in knowing that Fiat Cars And Juventus Football Club are both from Torino.
Answered by Francesca Romana Ferrara , Gallipoli, Italy
The same city!
Answered by Brigitte , Rome, Italy
it is exactly the same thing
Answered by Cai Pirina , Turin, Italy
Torino is actualy the name for Turin in the Piemontese dialect .. it is the same city
Answered by Luca Antonini , Todi, Italy
it's the same, turin is the english name
Answered by Mauro Girella , Roma, Italy
Turin is the English for Torino, as Florence is the English for Firenze, and Venice is the English for Venezia.... unfortunately too many city nemes are uslessly translated!
Why Paris (in french and english) should be called Parigi in Italian?
Answered by a Localyte , Tolmezzo, Italy
No, it's the same city! Torino is the Italian name, and Turin it's the English translation. Nice city to visit!
Answered by Roberto Pisani , Ogliastro Cilento, Italy
Yes of course .... lol !
Answered by lo oi , Pisa, Italy
Same city, same pleasant atmosphere: enyoy your time there!