Town

Gropello Cairoli

The village has developed along the central road, which has Medieval origins.

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Grotte di Castro

Grotte di Castro is a village of Etruscan origin located in an area called Alto Viterbese; it boasts the necropolis of Pianezze.

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Hone

Hône is situated at the entrance of Champorcher Valley and it is divided in three areas: the capoluogo in the flat valley bottom, the sunny slope of the adret with terraced slopes and village and the extended slope with woods of the enver.

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Issogne

The area of Issogne is placed on the orographic right side of the Dora Baltea and it has developed around the castle dating back to the 15th century.

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Linarolo

The village is in the south of the province.

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Lucca

Lucca is one of the most important cities of art in Italy.

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Nus

The name has Roman origins and it indicates the distance of nine miles between Aosta and Nus. Saint-Barthelemy is the best known hamlet thanks to the astronomical observations.

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Porcari

The name Porcari indicates that pig farming was a very common activity in this area.

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Proceno

Proceno is a town with 612 inhabitants, 60 Km far from Viterbo.

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Quart

Quart is one of the most wide Commune of the region. The Roman origin of the name makes reference to a milestone which indicates that the chief town Aosta is four miles far away.

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Rottofreno

The name Rottofreno comes from the German roth (glory) and fridu (friendship, peace, safety), thus Rothfrid means “friend of the glory”. It became Rottofredus in Latin. It is 10 Km far from Piacenza.

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Saint-Christophe

Saint-Christophe is situated in the most large position of the valley, at 619 m above sea level and 3 km far away from Aosta.

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Salasco

The village of Salasco is known for the lake and for the chalets.

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San Casciano dei Bagni

San Casciano dei Bagni a small town situated in Valdichiana is known since ever for its thermal water.

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San Germano Vercellese

In San Germano Vercellese there are a total of almost 2000 inhabitants. The village is situated in the province of Vercelli.

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San Gimignano

San Gimignano is a town of 7,105 inhabitants in the province of Siena. It has become famous for its medieval towers.

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San Lorenzo Nuovo

San Lorenzo Nuovo is a small town in neoclassical style which sits on a hill near the ancient Bolsena volcano.

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