Turin City Museum of Ancient Art

Entrance to the Turin City Museum of Ancient Art.

The Turin City Museum of Ancient Art is a museum located in the Palazzo Madama palace, in Turin, northern Italy.

The museum has a rare collection of artifacts from Gandhara, coming from the Italian excavations of the IsMEO at the Butkara Stupa in Pakistan. Coordinates: 45°4′15.95″N 7°41′7.72″E / 45.0710972°N 7.6854778°E / 45.0710972; 7.6854778


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