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Located on the other side of the Po River and facing Piazza Vittorio, one of the largest squares in Europe, through the homonymous bridge, this church, reminiscent of the Pantheon in Rome, was built to thank the Gran Madre, the mother of the Christ for...More
We went to see the church purely because of the film THE ITALIAN JOB.
What a great surprise to see a wedding group on the steps just as it was when the 3 red white and blue minis drove past a wedding nearly 50 years...More
This is a unique and majestic church. It’s sort of like Turin’s Pantheon — it’s a Neoclassical building that commemorates Napoleon’s defeat and Victor Emmanuel’s subsequent return to power. There were some people praying when I looked inside in late afternoon so remember that it...More
Well worth the walk down Via Po to cross Napoleons bridge and arrive at this very simple church with a dome very like the Pantheon in Rome.There are wonderful photographic opportunities from the steps of the church and you can see the Alps on a...More
This church has a lovely giant dome with three large statues to it's front. It has lots of steps leading up to the church and so sits high above the roadside enabling you to get some lovely photos of the city, bridge and Alps backdrop....More