The first take away ice cream was invented here, in by the ice cream parlour Pepino, that patented it in 1937 with the name "Penguin" - Pepino, piazza Carignano, Torino: qui fu "inventato" il primo gelato da asporto.
'Equivalent to the Medicis in Florence and the Borgheses in Rome, Turin’s Savoy princes had a penchant for extravagant royal palaces. While Turin’s Palazzo Madama and Palazzo Reale are impressive enough, they barely hold a candle to Ital
lalibrairie: The Oxford Union Library, Oxford, United Kingdom On the walls are Pre-Raphaelites murals, painted by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones. It also has a unique clerestory (Wikipedia will tell you all about it here).