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Chiesa di San Carlo Borromeo, Turin

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  • They're called twins, but they are just similar. There is a risk of being fooled by appearances. In fact, the less noble facade of the church dedicated to San Carlo Borromeo, encloses within, artworks, precious frescoes and stuccoes, than the twin Santa Cristina. She looks, Yes, more sumptuous outwardly, with a remarkable facade Juvarra, but with poorer and less redundant.
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  • This Baroque church is located on Piazza San Carlo next to the very similar s. Cristina, rich marbles, stuccos and paintings worth a visit inside the tour of Torino centro, for architecture buffs
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  • Beautiful church which stands on piazza san carlo and wanted by King Charles Emmanuel I of Savoy. Built in 1619 in Baroque style, is small but full of many beautiful and valuable paintings and objects
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  • These two churches are cute from the outside (they got bombed in WWII :o), but nothing especial in the inside
  • Together with the Church of Santa Cristina at his side, are the twin churches. The Church of Santa Cristina, was intended solely to wealthy families in the area; While this, dedicated to San Carlo, was intended only to servants serving families in the area and that is why he celebrated masses only at dawn, before that believers should enter service in homes.
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  • Looking at the facade, to the right we can see the two churches dedicated to Santa Cristina. Between the two, the look runs along via Roma until Porta Nuova. Many frescoes and statues.
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  • The Church of San Carlo, Turin Barromeo has a long history associated with the Emperor Napoleon, ask your guide tell you
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