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Historical Places of Italy

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The Pfatisch Pastisseria is a member of the Local Historic Association of Italy , which includes 240 of the oldest and most prestigious public establishments in Italy, including hotels, restaurants, trattorias, pastry shops and cafés that have made history.

These are locales that have been protagonists in—and authors of-- the pages of Italian history because of events that happened there or because of the characters who participated in those events. As such, these places can be defined in all respects as “museums of hospitality”; their furnishings and memories are testimonies of the historical heritage and traditions of our country.
The Pfatisch pasticceria has formerly been frequented by great nobility and other from the cultural world: Prince Umberto and Princess Iolanda di Savoia, the Duke of Aosta, the Duke of Genoa, the Countess Calvi di Bergolo and the Countess of Mirafiori, Cesare Pavese, Primo Levi, Natalia Ginzburg, Indro Montanelli, Mario Soldati, Norberto Bobbio.
The Association of Historical Sites in Italy is overseen by the Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities.


A look at the ancient laboratory

Pfatisch G. Pasticceria Confetteria - Historical place of Italy - Via Sacchi 42 - 10128 Turin - Ph. 011 5683962 - PIVA 11696200010