Saint-Vincent
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Discover 4 places to see in Saint-Vincent

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Church of St Vincent

The parish church, according to the authoritative opinion of Alfredo d'Andrade, was a fortified church in the Middle Ages and it still would show track.


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Mineralogical and paleontological museum of the Cenacle Italo Mus

The Museum, created by the Mineralogical Group of the Cenacle Italo Mus in 1978, has as its main purposes those to collect, classify and make known the minerals of Valle d'Aosta and many crystals and semi-precious stones from various parts of the world. Currently has approximately 750 pieces on display, most of which coming from the mountains near Saint-Vincent, in particular from Mount Barbeston, Emarèse, Brusson and Champorcher, sites known to be rich in minerals. The most beautiful and rare pieces come from the gold mines of iron, magnetite and asbestos dismissed today. Very interesting the


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PARISH MUSEUM

In the Church, built between the XI and the XII century on the ruins of the thermal plant of a Roman villa of the 2nd-3rd century a.d. (visible in the basement) repeatedly altered, there are carved wooden statues, such as the enthroned Madonna and child of the second half of the 14th century and the s. Maurizio in polychrome wood from the early 15TH; among the objects of sacred art: a processional cross in silver plate of Savoyard area from the second half of the 15th century, a cross of embroidered planet with the coronation of the Virgin, a brass basin of Flemish-Rhenish production of the XV


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Market square

Market Square is the main square of Saint Vincent. The square is characterized by a fresco dedicated to San Maurizio.


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