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Chiesa di San Carlo Borromeo, Turin

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  • This beautiful church is perfectly placed on the splendid Piazza. It was dedicated to the famous San Carlo Borromeo who venerated the Shroud after its movement to the city. We visited just as evening ...  more »
  • The Church of San Carlo Borromeo was consecrated to San Carlo Borromeo by Carlo Emanuele I and was begun in 1619. It is a small church but the main altar is elegant. The ceiling is impressive with its...  more »
  • One of the two baroque churches with identical facades overlooking Piazza San Carlo church dedicated to Saint Carlo Borromeo kanonizirovannomu shortly before the start of the construction of the temple Church almost completely preserved the original interiors of the 17th century.
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  • These two churches are cute from the outside (they got bombed in WWII :o), but nothing especial in the inside
  • Unique, special and an artistic gem like no other! The exterior all in all okay if it weren't for the particularity of mate santa Cristina, but the Interior is spectacular
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  • Of the city and essential on your visit! the beauty of its bends is exceptional
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  • 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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