Moncalieri is a town and comune of approximately 58,000 inhabitants about eight kilometers directly south of downtown Turin, in Piedmont, Italy.
It is notable for its castle, built in the 12th century and enlarged in the 15th century, which later became the favorite residence of Maria Clotilde and Victor Emmanuel II of Italy. It is part of the World Heritage Site Residences Of The Royal House Of Savoy.
- The castle is one of the Savoy Residences listed as a World Heritage Site.
- The descending square of Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II was in the past the major centre for the Moncalieri activities.
- The Gothic church of Santa Maria della Scala, houses the remains of the local patron.