Santuario della Consolata, Turin

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An icon that once stood in the chapel was venerated for having healing powers, making Santuario della Consolata a pilgrimage site for centuries. The original, humble structure grew over the years with each generation of monks. Inside the church, Rococo decorations reflect the light, making the marble and Solomonic columns gleam. Sculptures commemorating various saints fill the chapel and adorn the outside. Many of these hold special significance for the city of Turin's history. The saints represent the various modes of life in the city, from trading to health. Plan to visit Santuario della Consolata during your Turin vacation using our convenient Turin trip itinerary planning site.
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  • Showpiece par excellence for Guarini and Juvarra. Additional interest provided by sacristy and the gallery of ex-voto paintings. 
    Showpiece par excellence for Guarini and Juvarra. Additional interest provided by sacristy and the gallery of ex-voto paintings.  more »
  • Beautiful church. Very ornate decor and interesting if u like it. Chanced on the church while on the way back from visiting the museum of the shroud.. There are also some small Roman ruins... 
    Beautiful church. Very ornate decor and interesting if u like it. Chanced on the church while on the way back from visiting the museum of the shroud.. There are also some small Roman ruins...  more »
  • A very complex architecture, with various spaces and chapels, lavishly decorated. You can easily spend a couple of hours wandering around. 
    A very complex architecture, with various spaces and chapels, lavishly decorated. You can easily spend a couple of hours wandering around.  more »
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  • A really important religious place in Turin , built other a part of the ancient Roman wall
  • I love this church is beautiful!!, thay have many times for masses, even in the afternoon
  • Italy has so many great churches, it's easy to get fatigued with them. Not with this one though. The interior is incredibly interesting. The architecture is also interesting, being a series of smaller areas rather than one huge space. Definitely worth seeing
  • Beautifully serene church. Last mass on Sunday usually begins at 19:30 and ends before 20:30. Because of COVID everyone must wear a mask before entering and at most two people are allowed in a pew, there are markers letting you know where you're allowed to sit.
  • Lovely looking church In lovely part of town

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