Turin's heart of chocolate: the sweetest way to discover Italy's first Capital

Dec 11, 2013 1050

In Turin, the chocolate is at home. Piedmont chocolatiers got their first license to sell chocolate in 1678, almost 200 years before the first gianduia bar entered the chocolate scene in Turin.

But when "CioccolaTò Festival" takes place, as during the last days, Turin becomes the international temple of chocolate and a very greedy chance to visit the first historical Capital of Italy (from 1861 to 1865, then it became Florence and finally Rome, from 1870).

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Fonte: L'italo-Americano

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