What you should study italian exactly in Turin in Italy?

Turin is the administrative center in northwest Italy, the capital of the Piedmont region. It is surrounded on the western and northern front by the Alps, where the 2006 Winter Olympics were held.

It is a city with a rich history and can boast of a lot of places of interest. The city has many royal palaces, castles, art galleries and museums. Here you can admire such sights as Piazza Castello, the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist, where the Turin Shroud is kept, in which was wrapped Christ's body after the crucifixion, and also the main symbol of the city - the Mole Antonelliana building with a spire.

Turin has always been famous for its mysteriousness. Nietzsche, Cagliostro, Nostradamus and many other fortune-tellers, magicians, philosophers were drawn to this enigmatic place.

The city is a great place to learn Italian. In addition to the fact that Turin is imbued with Italian culture and history, there is also an ancient and reputable University of Italy - the University of Turin. It ranks among top 10 Italian universities. Every year it attracts a large number of students from around the world. For those who are not fully fluent in Italian yet, Turin language schools offer a variety of programmes from general Italian courses, specialized, business courses to University preparation courses.

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