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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Chapel of Sant'Anna in Cérignan

Churches and Sanctuaries  -  Aymavilles

The Saint Ann chapel, in Cerignan, was built in 1749.
The construction was financed by the people of the village, which was almost two hours away from the mother church of Aymavilles, in order t…

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Chapel of the Saints Barbara and Margaret in the hamlet of Sylvenoire

Churches and Sanctuaries  -  Aymavilles

Chapel of the Saints Barbara and Margaret, in the hamlet of Sylvenoire, is certified as originating from the 16th century, but rebuilt in the nineteenth century.

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Chapel of the Saints Barbara and Theodule in Ozein

Churches and Sanctuaries  -  Aymavilles

Chapel of the Saints Barbara and Theodule, in Ozein, dating back to the 16th century, but rebuilt in the nineteenth century.

Every year, during the month of August, the statue of Saint Theodule…

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Parish church of Saint-Martin

Churches and Sanctuaries  -  Aymavilles

The church of Saint Martin, today the parish church of “Cristo Re”, is located in the heart of the capital village of Aymavilles. In the past it was one of the two parishes of Aymavilles…

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Saint Barbara chapel in Vercellod

Churches and Sanctuaries  -  Aymavilles

Saint Barbara chapel, in Vercellod, dates back to the 18th century.

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Saint Grat Chapel in Vieyes

Churches and Sanctuaries  -  Aymavilles

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

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Saint-Léger 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, but…

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Sant'Andrea chapel in Pont d'Ael

Churches and Sanctuaries  -  Aymavilles

Saint Andrew chapel, in the cozy village of Pont D’Ael, known for its spectacular Roman aqueduct bridge, is already mentioned in 1693, but it is certainly older.

The village is located along the…

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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…

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