Royal apartments and Tombs of the House of Savoy - Basilica of Superga
The Basilica was built on Strada Basilica di Superga 75 in Turin on the top of the hill of Superga by Filippo Juvarra between 1717 and 1731 for Vittorio Amedeo II. In the crypt there are the Savoy Royal Tombs, with important monumental works by 18th and 19th Century artists from Piedmont, Tuscany and Genoa. The external balcony of the Cupola offers a unique panoramic view both of the Alps and of the valley. The monumental complex also includes the Royal Apartments and the Hall of the King, with important paintings by artists active in Turin in the mid-19th Century.
The Basilica is considered as one of the royal residences.
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