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Cattedrale di San Donato, Pinerolo

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  • You have a very nice walk, eatings an icecream to do it more enjoy. And to have some apetizers close to the place.  more »
  • Another moment of reflection in yet another venerable Italian church. Consider exploring Pinerolo when visiting Piedmont.  more »
  • Built during several centuries , and modified starting from the original going back to the XII century , it's the most important church of the town , with a magnificent architecture that the successiv...  more »
  • Very beautiful and unexpected!
  • It is the main place of worship of Pinerolo, a bishopric of the Diocese of the same name. Is located on the same site of an older church, built in the 10th century. It was rebuilt towards the end of the 14th century and was built on Bell Tower. The façade was rebuilt after the 1808, when due to an earthquake, the former had been destroyed.
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  • What a surprise!! What a spectacle of Church, as usual the Dim light does not permit a natural vision of paintings and colors that are truly amazing and charming. How much beauty we have in Italy. Overlooking a beautiful square.
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  • Spectacular façade to the Bell Tower. Mighty building like so many other historic and around Pinerolo, which does not show the passage of time.
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  • Quite impressive. Definitely worth a visit.
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