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Living in Turin

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Turin is more than two thousand years old, holding a great historical and cultural wealth. As one of Italy's major higher education, art, cultural and science hubs, it attracts expatriates in large numbers.

If you have chosen to settle here, you should be proud of living in one of the country's top destinations. Turin is particularly famous for the expresso, as well as luxury automotive brands.

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My experiences living in Torino and traveling in Italy.

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I moved to Torino as a wife, became a mom of 3 and now I'm trying to find joy and balance in everyday life while living in a foreign country. *this blog was formerly known as My Sweet Monkey

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