Km 6,1 - Elevation change + 6
From San Mauro the route continues along the hydro-electric canal of Cimena, approaching the hill and village of Castiglione Torinese up to the junction with the road for Chieri, near the Church of San Claudio e San Dalmazzo (1951). The name of the town derives from the presence of an 11th century fortalice, destroyed in the 17th century by Charles Emmanuel I of Savoy and rebuilt soon after by the brothers Turinetti, to whom the Madame Royal Christine of France had granted a fief. Here there is the Church of San Rocco (1720), a small baroque gem designed by the architect Falletti di Barolo, in which there are many frescoes by unknown painters and, in the dome, there is depicted Our Lady of the Assumption accompanied by a flight of angels. Also interesting is the ancient Church of San Martino named after the bishop of Tours: in the semicircular apse of this church have been found many tombs, including one attributed to a male person adorned in the Lombard funerary style.
, 10099 San Mauro Torinese (TO)

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