Venaria Reale

La Venaria Reale Project, promoted by the European Union and curated by the Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities and the Piedmont Region, represented the largest construction site in Europe in the field of cultural heritage, restoring the Baroque magnificence, which inspired the half of the seventeenth century by the Duke Carlo Emanuele II of Savoy, the Reggia di Venaria, now a symbol of modernity and culture. Since its opening (2007), La Venaria Reale has been among the first most visited cultural sites in Italy. The monumental building, with an area of 110,000 square meters, boasts some of the highest expressions of universal baroque. The Venaria Reale, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco, is located at the center of the circuit of the Royal Residences of Piedmont and is connected to the Polo Reale and the concentric museum system of Turin.

  • Piedmont Region
  • Independent Engineering Services during Design and Construction Fases
  • 1999 - 2000
  • Turin, Italy
  • Cultural

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