The Grazie chapel: a XVI century jewel

The Grazie chapel, at the bottom of the left aisle, is most likely part of the original church. It hosts a cycle of fourteenth-century frescoes, by the anonymous master of San Domenico. The pictorial cycle was covered until the beginning of the 20th century and rediscovered during the restoration of the church. For this story the chapel has been preserved intact, unique in Turin not to be destroyed by subsequent baroque interventions.

The frescoes of the anonimous master of San Domenico

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