More than four kilometers long, one of the axes of the eight-twentieth century expansion, at the edge of the historic city wall.
An avenue designed with the title of Viale del Re, for aristocratic residences between Porta Nuova and Po. Turin at the end of 1800 comes out of the walls with order and dignity and becomes the axis director of a modern urban dimension. It was the main backbone of the expansion of the bourgeois city, driven by the railway attestation of Porta Nuova and the qualified neighborhoods around the station, well connected with the urban framework of the ancient city and with the axes of development to the south, along the hill and towards Corso Francia.
Information curated by:
Giulietta De Luca, Martina Savi, milli paglieri, Staff Landscapefor (2018-2023)