Few cities, like Torino, have hiking trails surrounded by nature less than 5 km from the city center. One of these paths is the Rimembranza Park; where historical culture and natural beauty celebrate the centenary of the Italian victory in World War II. The park of Rimembranza is a vast public garden located on the hill adjacent to the town. It has a range of more than 90 hectares and it’s home to 21,000 trees, many of which are non-native, like conifers. It consists of a large panoramic square situated at the top of the hill, with the lighthouse in the middle of the Winged Victory, an impressive bronze building, designed by Edoardo Rubino and commissioned in 1928 by Senator Giovanni Agnelli, who decided to donate it to the city. The park was inaugurated in a solemn ceremony in 1925 in the presence of King Vittorio Emanuele III to celebrate the Italian victory in World War I and the people that died there. This ceremony also inaugurated an experimental arboretum with trees of 400 different botanical species.