Turin was the first capital of the Italian kingdom in 1861, and remains in the heart of all Italians as the city that symbolizes the nation.
As a stimulus and military force for independence, the city also led the country in economics and industry. Its origins were very ancient and it has passed serenely through all the events of European history. Now that the Italian automobile and manufacturing industries are providing new impetus for growth, Turin is taking back the territory with eco-friendly and cultural initiatives of great resonance. The city was the first to launch local incentives for LPG and CNG fueled cars in the Piedmont region, where gas-fueled cars have not had to pay the annual registration tax for the past five years.BLOG COMMENTS POWERED BY DISQUS