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BASILICA DI SUPERGA

CHURCHES AND PLACES OF WORSHIP

Strada Basilica di Superga, 73
TURIN

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The most important work of architecture by Juvarra inaugurated in 1731 with Carlo Emanuele III. Situated on a hill, it is one of the highest and scenic points of Turin. It houses the tombs of the Savoy kings.

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