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Duomo di Torino e Cappella della Sacra Sindone

Piazza San Giovanni, 10121 Turin, Italy
+39 011 464 7999
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The cathedral, built in 1498, is a fine example of Renaissance architecture. One of the most famous medieval relics - the Turin Shroud - is kept here.
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Reviewed 10 February 2015

The Cathedral in Turin is not the largest or most beautiful, in fact it's pretty average as cathedrals go. But it does house the Turin Shroud, which is definitely worth visiting even if you are not religious. It is a fascinating object with an interesting...More

4  Thank FearfulFlyer2
Reviewed 27 January 2015

The cathedral was not particularly impressive , compared to most Italian cathedrals. In fact , we almost past it as the exterior was very simple. In fact, it was quite strange that when we asked a local for directions , she did not know of...More

4  Thank TRavelBug232323
Reviewed 7 January 2015

Beautiful cathedral with a very moving display of The Shroud of Turin. An interesting video is available in many languages right next to the Shroud. You just have to select your language to see the short video. Worth the visit.

3  Thank SANCarolyn
Reviewed 29 December 2014

Something not to miss for the faithful, the cathedral is the sanctuary of the shroud reputed to have been used to wrap the body of Jesus Christ. The Cathedral itself is one of many magnificent religious buildings around the city

1  Thank MKLusaka2014
Reviewed 10 November 2014

you might as well visit the cathedral of the holy shroud. This month the Pope is visiting. Don't imagine that will settle the dispute over whether this shroud is authentic. When I visited last winter the interior of the cathedral was itself shrouded in mystery....More

2  Thank 787sallyb
Reviewed 24 October 2014

These reviews of the Cathedral in Torino are mostly about the exterior of the building and the shroud. What's missing is the Art! This cathedral has many amazing baroque sculptures that rivals Bernini's marble work in Rome. Everywhere I turned was another masterpiece. The walls...More

1  Thank Lucy B
Reviewed 2 October 2014

If I may draw a veil over the shroud, the reason this building should be on anyone,s grand tour is the Sindone Chapel by the Baroque architect Guarini. His ability to fuse geometry, mathematics and optics to produce sublime effects of light on curved surfaces...More

1  Thank Tricouni
Reviewed 2 October 2014

Even that I am not a religious person, when I was in Turin I was curious to visit the Cathedral in order to view the shroud. The church it is not really impressive from the outside. I think it is a standard catholic church that...More

1  Thank Andreas_Paps
Reviewed 3 September 2014 via mobile

The cathedral is very simple by any and especially Italian standards. Not really worth the visit specially as they have been renovating most of it since the fire of 1997... The shroud itself is not on display, they say it is stored beneath an altar...More

Thank PDanielBS
Reviewed 1 September 2014

Turin is often overlooked by tourists, being seen as an industrial city dominated by huge Companies such as Fiat and Olivetti. This a shame because it has so much else to offer. A history dating to pre Roman, it is both elegant, especially in it's...More

5  Thank Graham R
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19 January 2017|
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Response from travellingcanadian_9 | Reviewed this property |
We did see the shroud but it's under glass and you see a mirror view.
19 May 2016|
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Response from Albia-Newton | Reviewed this property |
The shroud is only open to public display every few years - The rest of the time it is secured in a safe casket. You can see the chapel of the shroud and its casket when the cathedral is open There is a multi media display... More