Turin

Turin, a celebrated city of North Italy, a former capital of Piedmont, 80 m. NW. of Genoa; although one of the oldest of Italian cities it presents quite a modern appearance, with handsome streets, statues, squares, gardens, a Renaissance cathedral, palaces, university (over 2000 students), large library, colleges and museums, &c.; manufactures are chiefly of textiles; has an interesting history from the time of its first mention in Hannibal's day.

Population (circa 1900) given as 230,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Turgot, Anne Robert Jacques * Turkestan
Tula
Tulchan Bishops
Tulle
Tunbridge
Tunbridge Wells
Tunis
Tunstall
Tupper, Martin
Turenne, Vicomte de
Turgot, Anne Robert Jacques
Turin
Turkestan
Turkey
Turner, Charles Tennyson
Turner, Joseph Mallord William
Turner, Sharon
Turpin, Dick
Tuscany
Tusculum
Tussaud, Madame
Tweed

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