The Palazzo Chiablese is a building in Turin, Italy which was once the residence of the Duke of Chablais (a son of a king of Sardinia) it was also later the home of the Duke of Genoa (himself another king of Sardinia) Today it is home to a cultural collection honouring the history of Piedmont. It is open to the public Wednesday, Thursday, Friday from 4 pm to 8pm and during press conferences, cultural events, concerts.
Brief history[change | change source]
Bombed during World War II it lost a majority of its internal decoration before being handed over to the state in the 1950s.
References[change | change source]
- Donald, Ben. "Turin". Googlebooks.org. Retrieved 2010-08-25.
Commons[change | change source]
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