Settimo Torinese

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Settimo Torinese
Comune
Città di Settimo Torinese
Coat of arms of Settimo Torinese
Coat of arms
Settimo Torinese is located in Italy
Settimo Torinese
Settimo Torinese
Location of Settimo Torinese in Italy
Coordinates: 45°8′N 7°46′E / 45.133°N 7.767°E / 45.133; 7.767Coordinates: 45°8′N 7°46′E / 45.133°N 7.767°E / 45.133; 7.767
Country Italy
Region Piedmont
Province Turin (TO)
Frazioni Borgata Paradiso, Fornacino, Mezzi Po, Villaggio Olimpia, Villaggio Ulla
Government
 • Mayor Aldo Corgiat Loia (since June 13, 2006)
Area
 • Total 32.37 km2 (12.50 sq mi)
Elevation 207 m (679 ft)
Population (31 December 2011)[1]
 • Total 47,989
 • Density 1,500/km2 (3,800/sq mi)
Demonym Settimesi
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 10036
Dialing code 011
Patron saint Saint's Bodies
Saint day First Sunday of September
Website Official website

Settimo Torinese is a comune in the province of Turin, in Piedmont, Italy. It is a Turinese suburb taking its name from the distance from that city, which amounted to seven Roman miles. It is bounded by other comuni of Leinì, Mappano, Volpiano, Brandizzo, San Mauro Torinese, Castiglione Torinese, and Turin.

The most important sight is the Tower of Settimo, the last remain of the medieval castle (13th–14th centuries) mostly destroyed in the 16th century wars.

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