There are two large domes inside the Baroque style. The frescoes are much simpler in comparison. The church was built in the middle of the eighteenth century, but its appearance is not as magnificent as other churches of the same period. There is also a jazz nearby who was sentenced to death in ancient times. Near Piazza Carlo,
Turin is a city with a great sense of history. Many churches here feel more distinctive than Milan, rather than blindly tall. Without the bell tower, it would be hard to think that this is a church without a cross on top. The white upper structure inside does not have the oppressive feeling of too much murals, and the decoration next to it is mainly wood inlaid with gold, which is very simple and clear, but it is also relatively spacious.
Very nice place, worth a visit, many people
Pizza is a typical Italian crepe type
It’s not obvious from the name that this is a church, but it's not so prominent among the many ancient churches in Turin!