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Chiesa Parrocchiale S. Rita da Cascia, Turin
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  • a small church Chiesa Santa Rita da Cascia is the distance from the center of the city near the Olympic Stadium. This district is named in honor of Saint Rita Church. Nice, quiet Church, little people, only local residents.
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  • Chiesa Santa Rita da Cascia-Church of Saint Rita, is outside the historical centre of Turin, in the vicinity of the Olympic Stadium. Because the ride is still not specifically advise only if were nearby, or are staying in the area. The district also has the title of Saint Rita, it was once a suburb of Turin and now a full-fledged urban district. The Church was built in the middle ages, in the style of Romanesque Revival. Quite big, beautiful stained glass Windows.
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  • Beautiful church which in name to the area/city district. A bit off center, worth a stop if you're in the area.
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  • Very nice, big and spacious enough and mostly very decorated and refined
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  • Beautiful place of worship and prayer, a reference point for the city
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  • The beautiful church in Turin, not like all the exterior decoration, so it seems more to the East in Europe do. Located in a nice area of the city.
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  • First of all it is unfair that the pastors are rude towards the boys of the oratory
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  • Excellent
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