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Day of Archaeological Heritage: what a success!, Sept. 27, 2018

Anche quest'anno la formula della Giornata del Patrimonio Archeologico della Valle di Susa, che ha avuto luogo domenica 23 settembre 2018 per il nono anno consecutivo, si è rivelata vincente: le proposte di visita e animazione dislocate sull'intero territorio hanno ottenuto una straordinaria ...

7th Day of the Archaeological Heritage of the Susa Valley, Sept. 5, 2016

“Valle di Susa. Tesori di Arte e Cultura Alpina”, in collaboration with the Superintendence archeology, fine arts and landscape for the city metro of Turin organizes the 7th day of the Archaeological Heritage of the Valley of SusaSunday ...

Gran Tour in Susa Valley, April 4, 2016

"Gran Tour" at Sunday, July 3. "Vaie and Chianocco. Landscape and Archaeology to origins of the Susa Valley". Meeting in Turin, at piazza Solferino, at 08:30 am. Cost 21 euro. 

Reservation required: www.piemonteitalia.eu - tel. 800329329  ...

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Itinerario 1 - The Abbey of San Michele and the Abbey of Novalesa

The abbey of San Michele della Chiusa, so-called “Sacra di San Michele”, stand on the top of Mount Pirchiriano, at the entrance of the Susa Valley.

The abbey was founded in 983 – 987 by Hugon de Montboissier ...

Itinerario 2 - Susa and Novalesa

Leaving Susa, the itinerary will take you through the Cenischia Valley, one of the main historical transit routes across the Alps: this ancient road was used in Middle Ages to reach France through  the Mount Cenis pass.

The Benedictine abbey ...

Itinerario 4 - Montebenedetto and Susa

The former Cathusian monastery of Montebenedetto (1000 m) lays immersed in a beautiful mountain scenery, surrounded by nature’s silent majesty, not far from the village of Villar Focchiardo. The monks of saint Bruno arrived here from the village of Losa ...

Itinerario 5 - The colour of winter

There is a thin common thread that unites the traditional feasts of the Susa Valley: certain actions and gestures that have their roots in ancient pre-Christian rituals related to fertility cults and nature are repeated in the villages of the ...