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Atlas Obscura ‘Baci Rubati’ (‘Stolen Kisses’)

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.

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