Chiesa della Gran Madre - From Ponte Vittorio Emanuele I, Italy
The Chiesa della Gran Madre is a beautiful church located on the left bank of the Po River in Turin, Italy. Constructed in the early 1800s, the facade features two curving arms adorned in Greco-Roman style statues and topped by an imposing dome. Inside, visitors are entranced by the spectacular exuberance of Baroque decorations. Ornate marble side altars, gilded walls, and elaborate ceiling frescos adorn this gem of the Turinese Baroque. The church holds many priceless relics from the 1200s and a variety of religious artifacts. Above all, the church is renowned for its breathtaking view of the alps and the Po Valley. It provides a wonderful opportunity to experience the majesty of Turin's natural beauty and architecture.