Turin is the capital of the Piedmont region in northern Italy. The city is famous for its rich architecture and exquisite cuisine. To the north-west of Turin, the Alps rise. The Baroque buildings and cozy old cafes are decorated with boulevards and squares such as Castello Square and San Carlo Square. Another attraction of the city is the Mole-Antonelliana tower with a piercing spire. This is a building of the XIX century, where now there is an interactive National Museum of Cinema. The population of Turin is almost 900 thousand people.