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San Michele, Turin

San Michele - Turin, Italy
San Michele
44 Via Giovanni Giolitti, Turin, Italy 10123Map
+39 011 817 3450
Neighborhood: Center
Overview

Seriously damaged by bombs during World War II, the church has been used since 1967 by Catholics using the Byzantine rites. A hint of Victorian ecclesiastical architecture can be seen in the design by Pietro Bonvicini though it was built between 1784-88. The interior of the central ground plan alternates columns with pilasters and is well lit by wide windows.

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