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Turin Attractions

Holy Shroud (Cappella della Sacra Sindone)

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Behind the high altar in the Cathedral of San Giovanni Battista, also known as the Duomo di Torino is the Chapel of the Holy Shroud, containing one of most famous and controversial religious ...  Read more

Piazza Castello

The Piazza Castello is the old quarter of Turin in which you will find many of the city's primary draws. This district houses a number of museums as well as the Duomo di Torino e Cappella della ...  Read more

Basilica de Superga

In June of 1706, during the War of Spanish Succession, the city of Turin was besieged by the allied army of France and Spain. The conflict lasted through the summer, but on September 7, the conflict ...  Read more

Castello di Rivoli

The Castle of Rivoli was probably built in the 10th century, but it came into the hands of the House of Savoy in the 11th century. Soon after, the castle was damaged during a conflict between Savoy ...  Read more

Duomo di San Giovanni

Il Duomo di San Giovanni - or Church of Saint John - adjoins the Royal Palace of Turin (Palazzo Reale) by way of the Chapel of the Holy Shroud, which is found in the west wing of the palace. The ...  Read more

Mole Antonelliana

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Most cities have iconic buildings that serve as the symbol of the city – the Eiffel Tower, for instance, suggests Paris to even those who have never been there. The city of Turin in northern Italy ...  Read more

Palazzo Reale

The Palazzo di Reale, or Royal Palace of Turin, was originally the Bishops Palace in old Turin, when the city became the capital of Savoy. It was taken over by Duke Emmanuel Philbert and became his ...  Read more

Piazza San Carlo

The Piazza San Carlo is a symmetrically designed plaza built in 1638. Visitors interested in historic churches will want to visit  the church of Santa Cristina; like the palaces of Piazza Castello, ...  Read more

Via Po

The square found at the end of Via Po - also called La Piazza Vittorio Veneto - is actually rectangular, with palazzi (large buildings, usually housing museums, apartments or shops) on three sides. ...  Read more

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