Consecrated in 1505, Turin Cathedral is a rarity in the city as it belongs to the Renaissance period. It's famous as being home of the Turin Shroud, said to be the garment Jesus Christ was wrapped in after his crucifixion, although widely-believed to be a fake.
Just in front of the Cathedral is the Torre Campanaria, the bell tower, which can be visited along with the Museo Diocesano.
Province: Metropolitan City of Turin
Architectural styles: Baroque, Renaissance
Close by: Royal Palace of Turin, Torre Campanaria, Palatine Towers
Recommended accommodation: Turin Palace Hotel