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As you might know I have an Italian father. His uncle (my grandma’s brother) and aunt live in this small village near TurinΒ (Torino). Once in a while me and Luca go and visit them. For Easter this year we went over for lunch. It’s a beautiful area where they live. Today I show you some photo’s of the lovely village itself. In my next 2 posts I also show you the beautiful surroundings!

Particular inΒ Chiusa di San Michele is all the wall paintings you find strolling around this village. Below a few of them which I liked a lot:

CHIUSA DI SAN MICHELE (Torino – Piemonte) is a small village in theΒ Val di Susa with 1687 residents at 378 masl.

Find out where Chiusa di San Michele is located:

39 thoughts on “CHIUSA DI SAN MICHELE”

  1. Italy is spectacular. I simply love your Architecture and your landscapes. You capture the feeling well, with every post. Beautiful share. Thank you. πŸ™‚

  2. Cute village, the wall paintings are great, love the squirre! I’m intrigued by the architecture is, has an almost Austrian feel to it, quite different to here in Tuscany. I guess that’s what makes Italy so interesting, there’s such variety thanks to its varied past.

    1. It is true….here in the north close to the mountains the villages are so different from Tuscany, but also from places in the south or at the sea…Italy is extremely diverse…and that’s just awsome! πŸ™‚

  3. I love the architecture, the narrow streets (for walking in my mind), the mountains in the background, the random art, can’t wait to see the “surroundings!” These pictures are one of the reasons I’ve wanted to travel overseas. Just seems like we don’t have this in the U.S. and if we do, I’ve never seen it.

    1. Thank you! …I don’t know the US that much, was only lucky to see south California which I loved by the way. I guess every country has it’s beauty πŸ˜‰ Have you already been to Italy??

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