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Abbazia di Sant'Antonio di Ranverso (Buttigliera Alta)
The abbey, along the Via Francigena between Rivoli and Avigliana at the entrance to the Val di Susa, is one of the most important monuments of international Gothic. The extraordinary frescoes by Giacomo Jaquerio, which decorated the abbey’s interior and...
Castello di Rivoli
The castle, which has been in Savoy ownership since the 14th century and which was fundamental because of its strategic position on the road to France, was transformed into a residence during several designing phases in the 16th and 17th centuries...
Chiesa di San Giovanni (Avigliana)
Built at the start of the 13th century, and concluded in the subsequent century with the construction of it facade. On one side of the building rises the striking cuspidate bell tower, one of the defining elements of the whole village profile, decorated with double and...
Chiesa di Santa Maria Maggiore (Avigliana)
The building at the centre of an old village with very ancient origins (12th century) conserves its bell tower with double lancet windows while the church itself underwent an extreme transformation in the Baroque era. An exhibition of sacred art is on...
Giardino di Villa Colla (Rivoli)
The town-owned park and the annexed Villa Colla form a remarkable historical-architectonic and landscape entity. It is of remarkable interest especially for their specimen. Botanical investigations reveal the overall value of the flower component of the garden ...
Giardino di Villa Melano (Rivoli)
The gardens of Villa Melano are located at the castle of Rivoli extend for over 30,000 square meters. They include several seventeenth-century buildings, which were restored during the second half of the nineteenth century by Francesco Melano...
Parco del Castello di Rivoli “San Grato”
It is part of the top area of the morainal hill around the Castle of Rivoli, and it is now the headquarters of the Museum of Contemporary Art. The park consists of sloping terraces and it is crossed by tree-lined paths both on the crest and on the hillside.
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