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Chiesa di San Giovanni, Saluzzo
(4.4/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • A the dustbin greets us as soon as you enter, though camouflaged with a cloth, otherwise moisture and dirt everywhere. Transandata Church and in need of a more attentive care, as well as the upper part of the old town centre in dilapidated state. To avoid.
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  • a step in history, a staircase that enters the Church by taking you back in time and history ... the lights that you convey many emotions. Not to be missed, with its beautiful cloister
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  • This is a great Church rich in art and history to visit. Very nice also the cloister. The Church in the evening closes around the 18:00. Visit: you will not regret
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  • The beautiful church of the medieval era high in the historic centre of Saluzzo. Already the exterior looks so gorgeous with red bricks and a large fresco of St Young but the best part is the inside where they show many frescoes on the vaults and walls. Particular the detail that the front door from the Interior to a flight of steps descending inwards to the nave and this creates quite a contrast compared to normal which sees the churchyard with steps on the outside. The Church is also very neat winter side but most recent invoice. The apse and the side behind the altar still contains the old tables and benches of the friars with adjoining the Tomb decorated with mastery of the Marquesas. The adjacent cloister is open but now in use at a hotel; beautifully restored and maintained with an olive tree at the Center; on one side it opens a restored room excellently with its frescoes and terracotta floors. It is currently being restored all over the inside. Very worth a visit. Visited October 2015
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