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Beauregard dam

Architecture  -  Valgrisenche

Valgrisenche’s landscape is strictly tied to the Beauregard dam; as a matter of fact, this cement barrier built in 1954 completely closes off the valley. Situated at an altitude of 1.700 meters, th…

Saint Gratus parish church

Churches and Sanctuaries  -  Valgrisenche

The church was built between 1871 and 1875 and consecrated by Monsignor Duc, the bishop of Aosta, on June 9th 1876. It replaced the old church, erected when the parish was established (1392)...

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Les Tisserands Cooperative

Crafts  -  Valgrisenche

As far back as one can remember, the inhabitants of Valgrisenche have dedicated themselves to typical trades of the valley: the “drap” weaving, a rustic material obtained from spun wool and worked on…

Museum of the Resistance

Museums  -  Valgrisenche

Stretching towards the French region of Tarentaise, Valgrisenche offers visitors a panorama of the surrounding mountains peaks and glaciers. Over the centuries, this has been the scene of borde…

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Parish museum

Museums  -  Valgrisenche

Set up in the parish church, the exhibition includes wooden statues and liturgical ornaments from the church itself and local chapels. Of particular interest is a 14th-century wooden statue of th…

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The fabrics of Valgrisenche: Drap

Museums  -  Valgrisenche

Since the dawn of time, the inhabitants of the Valgrisenche have devoted themselves to the typical trade of the valley: the weaving of “drap”. This rustic fabric, initially only in a few colours, i…

 
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Mont Blanc

Gran Paradiso

Great Saint Bernard

Aosta and surroundings

Matterhorn

Monte Rosa

Central Valley