Yesterday’s handmade card came with another card showing a view of Turin, Italy! Turin (“Torino” in Italian) is located in the Piedmont region, in the northwestern part of the country. What you see here is the Mole Antonelliana, considered to be the most recognizable landmark of the city. “Mole” means a monumental building – at 168m tall and bearing the status of the tallest museum building in the world, I’d say it’s earned its monumentality stripes! This building was constructed in the late 1800s and started off as a synagogue, and it now houses the National Museum of Cinema. This neat museum is where you can learn about film technology throughout time, and you can encounter a TON of awesome cinematic things such as film posters, film models and movie reels. There’s even a model from the movie “Alien”, which is definitely the last thing I’d expect to find in a former holy place! Aside from the museum itself, you can get a bangin’ 360-degree view of the surrounding city while chilling out on the 85m-high panoramic terrace. So, whether it’s to appreciate history, appreciate movies or appreciate the surrounding scenery, this is the place to be! Thank you so much once again for your kindness and all the info you provided on this awesome postcard, Antonella!