Tu·rin (trĭn, tyr-) also To·ri·no (tô-rēnô)
A city of northwest Italy on the Po River west-southwest of Milan. An important Roman town, it was later a Lombard duchy and the capital of the kingdom of Sardinia (1720-1861). It was also the first capital of the new kingdom of Italy.
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