One of the most important collections in Piedmont, it exhibits works by Gaudenzio Ferrari, Tanzio da Varallo, the masters working from the 15th-century on the Holy Mount, as well as 18th-century works of the Valsesiana school and local 19th and 20th-century artists.
The Sacro Monte is an artistic-religious complex consisting of forty-five chapels and a church, populated by frescoes and sculptures that tell the life of Christ, made between the late XV and XVIII centuries from Piedmont and Lombardy artists: Gaudenzio Ferrari, Morazzone, Tanzio da Varallo, Giovanni d'enrico, Dionigi Bussola, Sacro Monte is also a good example of a Park-Garden, organized according to the models of the Italian garden , with hedges, paths and wooded areas and ideal city, with two historic squares
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The current headquarters of the Archivio di Stato di Varallo, after transferring in 1990 from the seventeenth century Palazzo Racchetti, is housed in a large building complex typical industrial settlements of the early twentieth century. The area, located in the extreme north of Manotick, near the confluence of the Mastallone torrent in the Sesia River, comprises three building structures derived from industrial settlement for cotton processing implanted in 1876. The development of the settlement in the early years of the century led to the expansion and renewal of materials with the creation