Turin is famous for being the scene of the work of some of the most important saints of the nineteenth century, charitable and charismatic personality who donated blood and body to fight the social ills of the time. In Turin, San Giovanni Bosco gave life to his oratory and the Salesian Congregation, founded the Basilica di Maria Ausiliatrice, in which he is buried; San Giuseppe Benedetto Cottolengo founded the Little House of Divine Providence Hospital institution which now has many locations throughout the world. Along with these, San Giuseppe Cafasso , the Allamano, Blessed Francesco Faà di Bruno and many others, making Turin an important city for religious tourism.
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