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In the top-left corner is flag of my city - Turin.
Turin is a city and major business and cultural centre in northern Italy, capital of the Piedmont region.

Sited at the meeting point of both the Dura River and the Po River, Turin is famed for its rich Baroque character and many spacious boulevards. Turin is also home to more than its fair share of historic arcades, grand architecture and street cafes, and is known throughout the world for being the home of the world-famous Turin Shroud.

The city also boasts a thriving tourism industry and wealthy business centre, with numerous different industries based in the area, having grown to become the regional capital of the Piedmont province. On the far northern and western areas of Turin, the snow-covered mountains of the Alps offer an impressive distant backdrop, while the city centre is dominated by the late 19th-century Mole Antonelliana on the Via Montebello, an iconic symbol of the city and actually Europe's highest brick building.

 
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