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Giardino Lamarmora, Turin

Giardino Lamarmora - Turin, Italy
Giardino Lamarmora
Via Cernaia, Turin, Italy 10121Map
Neighborhood: Center
Overview

At the end of Via Cernaia towards Porta Susa station, the gracious Lamarmora garden (better known as the Bersaglieri garden) lies on the right. Attributed to Pierre Barillet-Deschamps, who probably designed it around 1863, the garden is usually given this name because of the series of statues dedicated to Bersaglieri soldiers (by Giorgio Ceragioli in 1936) that precedes the garden itself. The garden is home to the monument dedicated to Alessandro Lamarmora that was produced in 1867 by Giuseppe Cassano and adorned with bas-reliefs by Giuseppe Dini.

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