Royal Palace of Turin or Palazzo Reale, is a palace in Turin, northern Italy. It was the royal palace of the House of Savoy, built for the Madama Reale Christine Marie of France in the seventeenth century. Turin, today the capital of Piedmont, was a capital of the House of Savoy from the 12th to the 19th centuries and the Royal Palace contains much evidence of their aristocratic lifestyle. The royal family resided in the palace from 1645. Its rooms are decorated with rich tapestries and a collection of Chinese and Japanese vases. The Royal Armory houses an extensive array of arms, including examples from the 16th and 17th centuries. The Scala delle Forbici is a much-admired staircase by Filippo Juvarra. Interesting travel blog with travel trip and travel deals to Italy.
Turin GPS travel help: 45° 4′ 21.72″ N, 7° 41′ 9.6″ E