Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Fiat Historic Centre

The Fiat Museum located on the corner of Corso Dante and Via Chiabrera, in Turin, houses some 70 cars which illustrate the history of Italy's most famous automobile brand.
Discovered this little 'museum' while walking along via Chiabrera looking at some interesting building. One of the guard standing outside the entrance invited us to go in and take a look, and it was pleasant surprise.

Bicycles produced by Fiat

Symbol attached in front of an antique car

 This 'one and only' version car belonged to Gianni Agnelli, head of Fiat

Antique sport car

Fiat 325 SS

Looking down from the 2nd floor

Planes produced by Fiat

Military plane
This visit is particularly meaningful and interesting, considering that Fiat has basically left Italy and has became a history for Italy.


Stefan Jansson said...

Must have been interesting. I didn't know they made bicycles.

William Kendall said...

The Fiat 325 particularly catches my attention. Beautiful!