Murazzi del Po Ferdinando Buscaglione and Parco Ignazio Michelotti are two must-see landmarks when in Turin, Italy. The three kilometer-long Murazzi del Po is a retaining wall erected in the 19th century. It is a fine example of industrial architecture and it is said to be the longest embankment of its kind in Italy. Parco Ignazio Michelotti, on the other hand, is a big public park just nearby. This beautiful park has extensive greenery, flowers, and winding paths. It has also rows of palm trees and a pond where visitors can watch different species of ducks. Also there are playgrounds, a petanque court, a skate park, and a cycling track. Both Murazzi del Po and the park are perfect places for those who pause and marvel the beauty of nature.