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A baroque ring of delights
The UNESCO-protected Corona di delizie, or crown of delights, is a ring of castles around Turin that shows off the wealth and architectural ambition of the Savoys. The two stand-outs are the Veneria Reale hunting lodge – once called the “Versailles of Piedmont.”
This is where the Savoys would host feasts and parties – and Castello di Rivoli, an 11th-century fortress turned baroque pile that now it serves as one of the city’s modern art museums.