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National Museum of the Italian Risorgimento
The National Museum of the Italian Risorgimento is housed in Palazzo Carignano, a Baroque palace which Duke Emmanuele Filiberto commissioned Guarini to build in 1679, and which was finally completed between 1864 and 1872. Its thirty rooms house numerous works of art and mementoes of Italian history between 1706 and 1946. The chamber of the Subalpine Parliament and the first Italian Parliament are also to be found here, together with a series of evocative reconstructions of period settings, such as the room of King Cerlo Alberto in Oporto and the room of Camillo Benso di Cavour.
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Via dell'Accademia delle Scienze 5, Turin
10:00 to 18:00 from Tuesday to Sunday (last admission at 17.00); closed on Monday.
Reduced: 8 euro (groups of minimum 11 people - more than 65 years - the military). Group family: 18 euro (family of 5 people max, with max 2 adults). College students: 5 Euros. Boys secondary school degree: 4 euro. Children primary and secondary levels: 2.50 euro. Free for children under 6 years - visitors with disabilities (including companion) - Teachers - Subscription museums Torino and Piemonte Torino Card.
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