Baroque church erected to celebrate the "miracle of Turin"
A baroque church to commemorate a miracle of two hundred years before, but considered essential to put an end to the plague. It enriches the new Palazzo di Città street, which restructures the city blocks connecting the Royal Compendium with the Town Hall and the Piazza delle Erbe, the historical market of the city.
Information curated by:
Maria Pia Valetto, Staff Landscapefor (2018-2022)