The Armory is part of the Royal palace Complex and has been listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list since 1997. The building itself was completed in 1762, and it is located between the Royal Palace and Palazzo Madama. The collection was placed on public display in 1837 and represents largely the private collection of King Charles Albert, although over the years it has been enriched by objects donated by multiple other collectors. It includes prehistoric, medieval and modern weapons, flags, as well as a massive collection of coins, medals and other decorations.
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