Turin, September 1 – The new card-shop in Turino has opened.
The owner of the shop, a 35-year-old Italian, has been the subject of a lot of gossip.
In a recent interview he said: “The card shop is like a secret, like a cult.”
But he also said that the shop will be open for a while, and that he would like to open a new card store.
It is a rather strange thing to hear, but he added that he has had to hire an Italian-speaking accountant to run the operation.
“I’ve been in this profession for 15 years.
There are no Italian-born people who could have done the job, but they’ve done it,” he said.
“It’s been a very long journey.
But now we’ve found a way to succeed.”
The new store will be located in a former coffee shop in the square of Stelvio, on the northern side of the city.
The old shop was in the same block, and is currently owned by a private owner.
The new shop will have a bar with an Italian menu.
It will have some small souvenirs on offer for the public, such as stickers and posters.
The shop is also located at the foot of the stairs, so there will be no need for a walkway.
There will be a large screen in the front window, as well as a large window to let visitors see the city from up high.