Novalesa
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Discover 4 places to see in Novalesa

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NOVALESA ABBEY

The Abbey of Saints Peter and Andrew, also known as the Abbey of Novalesa, is a former Benedictine Abbey founded in the 8th century and located in the municipality of Novalesa, in the province of Turin


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Archaeological Museum of the Abbey of Novalesa

The museum displays artifacts discovered during the archaeological excavations that have affected the Abbey from 1980 to the present. Also has a section dedicated to the restoration of the book and on the daily life of the monks


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MUSEUM of RELIGIOUS ART-ALPINE venue of Novalesa

The Religious Art Museum is housed in the local Mountain of the chapel of the confraternity of the SS. Sacramento, adjacent to the 17th-century Parish Church of Santo Stefano, located in the heart of the country. On the façade, recently restored, is a cycle of frescoes depicting the vices and virtues. The Museum of religious art of Novalesa Alpine is part of the Diocesan Museum of Susa and was born in order to preserve and enhance the numerous and important artistic evidence, some of which are significant in Europe, hosted in the parish of Novalesa. The collections of interest to different his


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MOUNTAIN LIFE MUSEUM IN VAL CENISCHIA

The Ethnographic Museum of Novalesa, told through the working tools, furnishings and other items related to daily life, the vicissitudes and the ancient traditions of the inhabitants of the Val Cenischia.
Spread over two floors, reproducing the layout of a typical peasant House: on the ground floor are the tools for farming and handicraft (breeding, grain growing and viticulture, craft of wood and iron), while on the first floor are rebuilt the kitchen, the bedroom and the room dedicated to works that were made at home as the carding and spinning of wool and dairy production.
The original furnit


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