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My hubby is a massive Dario Argento fan, so a trip to Turin was a must.
We entered the Piazza to the right of the fountains and his face just lit up as he realised where we were.
He explained where the various angles were...More
This small square, from which it starts the Via Rome, it's on the way to Piazza Reale or on the way to the train Station.
The two beautiful big sculptures represent the two rivers that cross the city: Po River and Dora River.
These sculptures can be found in the historic center of Turin. They we ignored for a long time and only in this millennium they were restored and brought into the current shape with running water in the fountains.
Piazza CLN (Comitato di Liberazione Nazionale) sits behind the twin churches of San Carlo Borromeo and Santa Cristina, both built in the first half of 1600 with their baroque façade s overlooking Piazza San Carlo. Piazza CLN still carries the portico continuity although it shows...More