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Chiesa di San Carlo Borromeo, Turin
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  • Not everyone knows why the Shroud is in Turin. San Carlo Borromeo took it into his head to make a pilgrimage on foot to venerate the Holy Shroud, and (with kindness all Piedmontese) the Savoy I brought meeting, bringing it from Chambery to Turin so as not to make too much Street to the Archbishop of Milan. So these walked only in plan without having to scramble up into the mountains. Then the Holy Shroud never returned to Chambery, and remained in Turin. Remember this visit is the Church of san Carlo, in the square, (if I may say so) of Santa Cristina. The altarpiece of the high altar recalls the event was not without a little imagination: san Carlo on his knees (and to date we have) but a flight of angels wears a shroud to hover in the air. The Church is usually very rich and ornate style in the city, all a riot of colored marble and stucco. Due to its central location, is worth a look, to realize how the world has changed: it was opened (though still incomplete) one year after the foundation stone, for which today would still be zero between appeals, judgments of TAR, events and committees.
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  • The Church of San Carlo Borromeo is situated at the bottom of Piazza San Carlo, presents another two churches, Santa Cristina, located to the East on the South side of the square. Small but nice.
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  • In Turin we have very beautiful churches and treasures of this insert together, but splendid collection Church internally, then out pops the Majesty of piazza San Carlo. Definitely recommended.
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