Monday, October 13, 2008

Chiesa di Santa Giulia


This one is the Church of Santa Giulia built around 1862. It is in the Vanchiglia quarter one of more old and beautiful of Torino. (If you enlarge the photo you can catch genuine atmosphere around the church)

Questa è la Chiesa di Santa Giulia costruita attorno al 1862. E' in borgo Vanchiglia uno dei quartieri più vecchi e caratterisitci di Torino.
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8 comments:

Kate said...

Oh, Fabrizio, it is indeed a beautiful building and the architecture is very attractive. The decorative doors are of high quality and high interest. I always enlarge your photos to get a fuller effect. Lovely!

Virginia said...

I looks for all the world like a giant pink wedding cake all decorated with white icing details. Is it really this nice shade or is it the lights on more of a reddish brick? Gorgeous church. One fine lady to be 150 years old. Bravo.

Hilda said...

I just love how your beautiful buildings are so wonderfully lit to show them off properly. Gorgeous!

Blognote said...

You are right, Fabrizio! When you enlarge the photo it seems as if you are drawn right into it!! A very nice effect.

babooshka said...

You really have some of the finest night time photography of the dialies. Just superb especailly enlarged to capture the essence.

Rambling Round said...

Beautiful!

• Eliane • said...

Gorgeous! Torino does a terrific job at showcasing their landmark buildings!

Jilly said...

Fabulous. No other word!