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Piazza San Carlo, Turin
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Experience the heart of Turin in the historic Piazza San Carlo. Anchoring the city's old center, the plaza features 17th-century architecture and serves as a popular spot for shopping and dining. Admire the twin facades of the churches of Santa Cristina and San Carlo. Study the iconic equestrian monument to Emmanuel Philibert that stands in the middle of the plaza. Some of the traditional cafes in the plaza feature original 19th-century furnishings. Put Piazza San Carlo on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Turin vacation generator.
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È una piazza molto bella. L'ampiezza permette di avere un buonissimo impatto visivo. È composta da porticati su entrambi i lati, comoda per passeggiare anche sotto la pioggia. In caso di sole, ci sono... read more »Is a very nice square. The width allows you to have a very good visual impact. Consists of colonnades on either side, convenient for strolling in the rain. In the case of the Sun, there are also plenty of benches where you can relax. Really niceshow original
Hermosa plaza, muy tranquila el día que nos sentamos a terminar nuestro helado para seguir luego recorriendo Turin. Sólo que ese día había unos escenarios que no permitían observarla completa.Beautiful place, very quiet when we sat down to finish our ice cream to follow then through Turin. Only that that day had a few scenarios that did not allow to see it complete.show original
Un sens de la proportion et de la magnificence tout a fait extraordinaire, mais tres courant dans le nord de l Italie. Cette ville riche reste tres remarquable encore maintenantA sense of proportion and the quite magnificence is extraordinary, but quite common in Northern Italy. This rich city is remarkable very still nowshow original
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