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Piazza San Carlo was designed by Carlo di Castellamonte in 1642 and completed in 1650. In the middle of the piazza you’ll find the equestrian statue of Emanuele Filiberto (known to all as “El Caval èd brons”), sculpted by Carlo Marocchetti in 1838...more
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This is where the famous cafes of Torino are, Café San Carlo, Café Torino, etc and they are beautiful and worth stopping for a drink and a snack, but although lively by day, it gets pretty quiet at night.
Named after St. Charles Borromeo, a 16th century Cardinal from Milan, who led the Italian Counter-Reformation of the Catholic Church, this central square is surrounded on all four sides by porticos and arcades. In the center stands an equestrian statue of Emmanuel Philibert, Duke of...More
This is a really nice, large plaza in the center of old Torino... Overall, Torino is a rather unique city and I wish I had more time, and less meetings... I was able only to skim through a few places... However, I am impressed (and...More
The square is in the city centre surrounded by shopping streets and malls.
As tradition dictates in Italy, the square is surrounded by the obligatory restaurants with outdoor seating. Some of these can be quite pricey but the food is very italian.
Really pretty large...More
Walking down to the river P.O. we went through this beautiful square. The view from the other side of the river is worth looking at. On Sunday there was the market with many people browsing , very atmospheric. Many cafes surround the square making it...More