Saturday, April 10, 2010

Shroud of Turin goes on display

The Shroud of Turin has been put on display in the Turin Cathedral, the first time it has been seen by the public in ten years. The cloth, which depicts the image of Jesus Christ, has been carbon dated to the 13th or 14th century, but millions of Christians believe that it is relic from biblical times. The shroud's exhibition will last for six weeks and is expected to draw millions of visitors.

Here is a series of videos about the new exhibition of Shroud of Turin as well as about its history: