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Chiesa di San Giuseppe, Alba

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  • It is a church Whither themed exhibitions are on display today for example the theme was the exodus of Istria and Dalmatia lĺ Italians in World War II. Magnificent view from the Tower after a long series of steps narrow ... thankfully did not reach anyone in the opposite direction because there is no space x 2 people ... beautiful even the dungeons. Cost of the visit 2 euros.
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  • We visited this church to 19 pm, is located in the rione San Lorenzo and see it from outside is a simple Church, lured by a sign on the course which indicated that there was an exhibition of cribs ... we had a little difficulty finding it but it was worth it ... the cribs were truly beautiful, made with different materials and very original But what impressed me the most was the portrayal of Jesus ' life made with statues, in showcases all set around the wooden choir behind the altar of the Church. .. something I had never seen before and that really worth a visit to this simple Church but especially! From the brochures I made within the same says that you can do a Roman archaeological path beneath the Church and visit the Bell Tower from where you can see the whole city ... reason x day come back and visit this place again!
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  • Anonymous façade introduces a real treasure trove. The Church is built in the second half of 1600, then Baroque; small enough that gives a sense of intimacy. The treasures are the ability to climb the Bell Tower from which to enjoy a beautiful view of the town (and shame about the anti pigeon that a little disturbing). The stairs are steep and narrow, not advisable to those with little breath or is overweight! Following a visit to the beautifully restored vaults where they appreciate the architectural evolution of Alba. Then the spectacular dioramas on the life of Christ behind the high altar (they alone are worth the trip). Finally a praise for daring to expose an impressive contemporary painting of the painter Silvio red in a side chapel; looks good at all in context! Free and priced 3 euros for the Bell Tower and crypt. Ample parking at 5 minutes.
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  • The Church is beautiful and the view of the priest is far from flatly dogmatic.
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