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Every year, starting on the winter solstice (the pick being 22/12) and up to first week of January, every day at 11:00am, the shadow of the civic tower overlays perfectly the belltower of St.John's church creating a perfect, fleeting, new monument... Magical...
From the street there is just a door in a wall. Inside however is a magnificent convent church. A very unusual feature is that the street is considerably higher than the church floor so you enter at a level above the altar.
We were staying...More
Is my favorite church in Saluzzo. Nestled in the heart of the old town, is a must see, starting from its entrance, a long stairs that brings you down, to the frescos on the left, to the grand altar and finally the cloister.
One of those places that grabs you the moment you enter. So much to look at and take in and a real feeling of antiquity and atmosphere. It is a beautiful old church with wonderful wall paintings, which are best described by photographs, as they...More
The Church is really fascinating... Dark and moody and oozing with ancient history. A monestary used to be connected to the Church and the old garden is very nice. Asit happens, I was married there and have special feelings for the Church.
This church is lovely, but we hadn't checked the opening times and 5 minutes after we entered, a priest arrived and told us to leave as they close 12 sharp!
I advise you to go to the tourist office on arrival, as they have a...More