The market of the illuminated clock

The frontal Clock Pavilion is cited in the histories of architecture as a local example of French and Anglo-Saxon quality industrial and exhibition engineering of the turn of the 20th century. The neon lights installation is part of the "Luci d'artista" event that since 1998 animates the Christmas holidays in Turin. The installation in Porta Palazzo's market is permanent and was designed by Michelangelo Pistoletto under the title "Love the Differences", to emphasize the best example of multiculturalism in the city.

The pavilion, a 1916 iron and glass architecture decorated with Luci d'Artista, animating the square at nighttime, when the market is closed.

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