'Baci Rubati' ('Stolen Kisses') – Turin, Italy - Atlas Obscura

'Baci Rubati' ('Stolen Kisses')

This building has a giant piercing through one of its corners. 

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While walking through Turin’s city center, you might find yourself in front of a building with a piercing going right through its corner.

Baci Rubati” (“Stolen Kisses”) is the official name of this work, which was made by the architect Corrado Levi in collaboration with Cliostraat, a group of artists with the objective of experimenting with art and architecture. When you arrive, pay attention to the sides of the piercing.

Know Before You Go

You can take the tram 4 and get off at stop "Garibaldi". Turn left, walk a while and you're there.

Turin is full of little secrets like this artwork. After you're done visiting, in the small street in which it's located, there's a place where you can sit down and eat some great fried focaccia bread.

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