At 121 meters high, Mole Antonelliana is the world's tallest museum and has notably become a symbol of Turin. It was initially a synagogue, but a lack of funding from the Jewish community resulted in the town buying the tower and finishing it. Now, it is home to the Museo Nazionale del Cinema. If the candy pink facade isn't enough to lure you in, the museum of cinema housed inside surely will. An elevator leads to the top of the spire which offers truly heavenly views.
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