Aymavilles

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Aymavilles Castle

Castles and Towers  -  Aymavilles

Aymavilles Castle stands in the centre of the village on a moraine.
The buildings four characteristic cylindrical towers were added to the existing central body by Aimone of Challant halfway through…

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Parish church of Saint-Martin

Churches and Sanctuaries  -  Aymavilles

In the heart of the inhabited area of Aymavilles, mentioned for the first time in a papal bull by Alexander III on 20th April 1176, under the management of the bishop of Aosta, the medieval churc…

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Saint-Léger parish church

Churches and Sanctuaries  -  Aymavilles

Slightly upstream from the village centre of Aymavilles, along the road that leads to Cogne, the church with its characteristic “trompe-l’oeil” façade, in its current forms, dates back to 1762, bu…

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The chapels

Churches and Sanctuaries  -  Aymavilles

Saint Gratus chapel, in the hamlet of Vieyes, built in 1855.

Chapel of the Saints Barbara and Margaret, in the hamlet of Sylvenoire, is certified as originating from the 16th century, bu…

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The "Trouveur Valdotèn"

Folk Groups / Brass bands / Choirs  -  Aymavilles

This group was formed about 20 years ago around a group of some people with a particular interest in researching traditional songs and melodies of Valle d’Aosta and the neighbouring French-speakin…

The Roman aqueduct-bridge of Pont d'Ael

Roman architecture  -  Aymavilles

In proximity of the Pont d’Ael hamlet, on the right side of the road leading up to Cogne from Aymavilles, an aqueduct-bridge in masonry and stone blocks built above the Grand-Eyvia stream give…

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