In the vicinity of Piedmont are beautiful cities where there is much to do. Piedmont produces the best wines of Italy and is also the land of truffles and cheeses. In the region of Piedmont (Bra) the foundation Slow Food was founded.
Turin is the capital of the Piedmont region. It is the second largest city in northern Italy after Milan. It is located southwest of Milan and northwest of Savona. In Turin you can visit many buildings from the Baroque era. FIAT was also founded in Turin in 1899 by the Agnelli family. Until the First World War, Turin was the film city of Italy.
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Alba is a city and a municipality in the south of Piedmont. It is located in the province of Cuneo. The city is surrounded by hills, covered with vineyards. The city has several attractions such as: towers from the fourteenth century, cathedral, church San Domenico and the Palazzo Comunale. The city is also known for its white truffles.
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Cuneo is located in the south of Piedmont. It is the capital of the province of Cuneo. Cuneo is an important traffic junction. To the west of the city are three mountain valleys that penetrate deep into the Cottic Alps.
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Barolo is known as the great wine region of Piedmont. The greatest wines come from this area and are made from the Nebbiolo grape.
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Asti is located in the Piedmont region. The city is known for the wine Barbera which is grown on the hills around Asti. Asti has a historic center. On the third Tuesday of September, the Palio is held; this is one of the most important horse races in Italy.
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Bra is located in the south of Piedmont. The city lies on a hill above the river Tanaro. Bra is an important industrial and agricultural centre. In the center are mostly monumental buildings from the Baroque style. In the city the cheese Bra is made. Slow Food has its headquarters in Bra.
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Genoa is located in the northwest of Italy. The city is located southwest of Milan on the Ligurian Sea. It is the capital of the Liguria region. It is the largest port in Italy and after Marseille the second port on the Mediterranean Sea.
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Milan is the most important city in northern Italy and the capital of Lombardy and the capital of the province of Milan. Milan is the fashion city of Italy, but there are also many other attractions, such as beautiful buildings and churches from history.
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