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Abbazia di Novalesa
Founded in the year 726 by Cistercian monks, the abbey is one of the most important historical and artistic testaments of the Western Alps. The frescoes in the chapel of Sant’Eldrado date back to the 11th century and still surprise the visitor today with...
Sacra di San Michele (Sant'Ambrogio di Torino)
The Sacra di San Michele, built between 983 and 987, is among the most famous Benedictine abbeys and is considered today among the best architectural complexes in Europe from the Romanesque period. Since 1994, through regional laws, it has become...
Cappella del Conte (San Giorio di Susa)
The rural hamlet of San Giorio, surmounted by the remains of its splendid castle on a hill at the centre of the lowest part of the valley on the right bank of the Dora river, keeps its alpine dimension intact. A characteristic that is emphasised as well by a mountain...
Cattedrale di San Giusto (Susa)
The Cattedrale di Susa, consecrated in 1027 and dedicated to San Giusto, became a cathedral in 1772 with the institution of the diocese of Susa. The church is characterised by a facade which backs onto one of the great circular towers of Roman origin...
Certosa di Monte Benedetto (Villar Focchiardo)
Situated at an altitude of 1160 metres, just down from the home of Villar Focchiardo, it was founded by the Certosini coming from the Certosa della Losa in 1180. It was abandoned in 1498 after a disastrous flooding caused by the overflowing of the Gravio river...
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