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Santuario Basilica Maria Ausiliatrice, Turin

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  • Grand shrine, with its strict but welcoming, in an area originally hard to the edge of downtown, is considered one of the symbols of religiosity torinese
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  • A symbolic place and symbolic of Turin. Built for the return of the King after the Napoleonic domination, the pantheon in Rome. Antagonizes the esoteric piazza Statuto. Well worth a visit. There are also Masonic signs that it's nice to discover.
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  • A wonderful, beautiful sanctuary and so many emotions collected in a few meters. Stop for a health it is almost necessary if you switch from Turin. To be discovered
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  • Life-changing!
  • Really beautiful!
  • Along with the Consolata, nearby the most famous basilica and sanctuary of Turin. Heart of the Salesians of Saint John Bosco, contains the tomb of the Saint. Impressive size of the aisle inside, maybe the biggest church in Turin with the Cathedral. And rare beauty painting by Mary Queen that soars above the altar. Service of messe/busy confessions: put almost every hour and confessions all day, every day. Deo gratias for this sanctuary!
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  • Shrine of Mary help of Christians Catholic is unabasilica [1] of the city of Turin. Opened on 9 June 1868, the shrine was built by Saint John Bosco. It was designed by the engineer Antonio Spezia. The Church was dedicated to Mary, invoked by Don Bosco as help of Christians. On June 28, 1911 was elevated to the dignity of a minor basilica. [2] it was then enlarged between 1934 and 1942 in conjunction with the canonisation of Don Bosco, whose remains are now housed in a chapel which was completed in 1938. [3] in the District of Valdocco and, around this shrine, proliferate the activities managed by the Salesians purely dedicated to young people, such as schools and public speakers.
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  • Beautiful church that takes your breath away. Every corner is a masterpiece of honey-coloured marbles of a heavenly atmosphere. The altars are one more beautiful than the other, and our Lady is so beautiful that I could no longer go on.
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