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Real Chiesa di San Lorenzo

Via Palazzo di Citta' 4, 10122 Turin, Italy
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This was the first “home” of the Holy Shroud after its arrival from Chambéry. San Lorenzo has an extraordinary cupola (completed in 1680) designed by Guarino Guarini and exemplifies the baroque style. The Duke Emanuele Filiberto had the church dedicated to the Saint after the victory of the Battle of San Quintino. In piazza Castello.
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Reviewed 24 May 2017

To make the most you would need a guide or a tour where they could explain all the details about it. May be the best one in Turin.

Thank JM_JM25
Reviewed 22 May 2017

Baroque church with no typical facade - an add-on to the Royal Palace. The church was built in XVII century and really worth to see.

Thank yegorb306
Reviewed 9 April 2017

This place seemed difficult to find by map and yet is in the corner of the huge Piazza Reale/Piazza Castello. The exterior is unimposing apart from the attractive dome but the inside is fantastic. The decorations and the gold are amazing and the stunning domes...More

Thank jrapeter
Reviewed 19 March 2017

This church must have been perceived and built my architectural masters. The use of light and paintings are amazing. We visited during the time that the fresco on the right hand dome was lit by sunlight as it entered one of the main windows, through...More

Thank Niel G
Reviewed 5 March 2017 via mobile

Amazing and overwhelming decoration inside, but you'd never guess from the outside. Historic and architecturally important. You'll just sit back and stare.

Thank Angela G
Reviewed 13 February 2017

Often ignored because of the church's lack of a facade but let me just say that you're in for a treat. It has one of (if not THE) most beautiful domes of Turin. If you go in the spring and/or fall equinox you'll be able...More

Thank Daniela K
Reviewed 31 January 2017

Entered this church as I thought this was the Shroud Church and was mistaken. The inside is small but the interior inside is nice.

Thank houndy11
Reviewed 21 January 2017

This beautifully ornate church is just off Piazza Castello. Pop in if you're in the vicinity. Entry is free.

Thank FactotumDellaCitta
Reviewed 5 January 2017

This unassuming and easy to miss church next to the central square in Turin has really impressive interior and cupola by the local 17th century architect Guarino Guarini (don't miss his other buildings in Turin).

Thank Depont
Reviewed 26 October 2016

We stopped there on a Sunday afternoon, there was a choir singing, few people around, the church is a little gem in the middle of Torino. The ceiling and the dome are mesmerising, small, with several altars all finely decorated. IF you are in Torino,...More

Thank Federica T
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