Translated from Listing: "In the heart of Turin, in the prestigious Palazzo Cavour, located in the street of the same name on the corner with Via Lagrange, we rent a totally renovated 65 m² apartment. The interior space of the apartment, located on the mezzanine floor and overlooking the courtyard and Via Lagrange, is divided as follows: entrance, living room, newly furnished kitchen, bedroom, bathroom with shower and window. Features: parquet floors floors; new bathroom and kitchen; redone installations; centralized warming; the building has a concierge throughout the day. The apartment is free immediately and the maximum references are required.
Palazzo Cavour, one of the best examples of 18th century Piedmontese Baroque architecture, is one of the most significant historical buildings in Turin. The palace was built by Gian Giacomo Gerolamo Plantery in 1729 commissioned by Michele Antonio Benso di Cavour and is developed around the courtyard of honor and rustic (with stables and access from via Lagrange), according to a spectacular sequence of spaces connected to ' atrium, divided into two rooms with vaulted lunette vaults and decorated with stuccos. The building was the home where the statesman and architect of Unity d lived and lived. Italy Camillo Benso count of Cavour. In these environments the newspaper Il Risorgimento was founded and the fate of the new Italian homeland with the most illustrious personalities of the time was discussed and concretized."
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