If you’re planning on seeing some of Turin’s fine art museums, for example the Castello di Rivoli, I would most definitely avoid Pinacoteca Agnelli located on the gritty edge of the city. The museum itself is situated inside a depressing shopping mall far from the heritage of great industrial buildings. It was such a great disappointment taking time to locate the museum itself only to discover its meager collection, a handful of over published Matisse and Canaletto paintings. The temporary exhibition floor was closed as well as the library leaving one floor open with perhaps ten paintings on view. The racetrack on top of the building was unidentifiable as only an asphalt covered area. I could also mention the rude staff adding insult to injury. Don’t waste precious time here.
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