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On 13th November 2011, the 25th edition of Turin Marathon will be held in Turin.
150 years after Italian Unification, this event will be full of surprises!
The run will be 42,195 km long, a striking itinerary that will start and end in Piazza Castello, the historical centre and heart of the city. Such an itinerary will go across the city of Turin and other seven villages: Moncalieri, Nichelino, Beinasco, Orbassano, Rivalta, Rivoli and Collegno, for marvelling at the historical and natural treasures of these areas.
The marathon will be accompanied by many side events, such as concerts, conferences and special initiatives. The celebrations begin on 11th November at 10 am with the opening of the Marathon Village, an important benchmark for sponsors, athletes and audience.
At 8 pm, at Museo Nazionale del Cinema there will be a great sport and city festival, with the participation of many athletes for celebrating the success of last editions with images and music.
On Saturday 12th November, you will find many initiatives in several cities.
On Sunday 13th November, get ready for the start of 25th Turin Marathon scheduled for 9.30 am in piazza Castello!
Also Stratorino comes back, the 7-km-long, non-competitive run suitable for people of any age. Along the itinerary, you will find many music bands playing for you, dear runners! Start and arrival are located in Piazza San Carlo.
The Junior Marathon is reserved to children and guys (up to 16 years old), who will run for about 1 km, starting from Piazza Carlo San Felice and arriving to Piazza Castello. About 7,000 young athletes are expected to take part in this competition.
This exhibition was conceived in honour of the 150yearsof Italian Unity in order to tell the new creations and products of the metropolitan, forward-looking and international handicraft, which is also linked to Italian culture and traditions. Such an exhibition is made up of 3 main sections:
1. “Tunnel del treno fantasma” highlights the handicraft of technological digital sector; a corridor towards the future animated by a multimedia installation reminding the railways.
2. The central space of the exhibition is called “Nuove officine”. Here there are the most innovative projects in the field of mechanical technology and traditional arts, designed by young, emerging and emigrant talents who spread the quality of Italian products around the world.
3. The third section of the exhibition, Galleria delle Botteghe, hosts the best of modern handicrafts. The objects in this space represent Italian culture and traditions: an “art & crafts supermarket” with admission free, conceived for supporting such jobs and offers the chance to buy the pieces shown.
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