- It is home to the famous Shroud of Turin, which some believe to be the shroud in which Jesus was buried.
- Italy's royal family, the House of Savoy, lived there.
Given its royal history, I figured that Turin would be elegant, but I'm not sure I bargained for this:
The streets and plazas were spotless.
And floor to ceiling mirrors. Yes.
And chandeliers. Chandeliers, people!
Sir Gnome, sophisticated gentleman that he is, absolutely loved it here. I mean, just look at the excitement on his face.
living pretending to live lavishly.
For more pictures of my trip to Turin, visit my photo gallery.