Parish Church of San Vittore
Location: dominates the town from an elevated position.
History: the church dates back to the XV century. The bell-tower was probably built on a pre-existing tower.
Interesting details: the facade represents St. Victor, a Roman soldier and martyr of the Theban Legion, to which the parish church is dedicated; another statue of the same name, of considerable artistic value, was recently restored and temporarily displayed in the Museum of Aosta Cathedral, which waiting for the parish Museum of Sacred Art to be completed.
Taken from: “La Valpelline. Storia, natura, itinerari.” Kosmos Editions