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Aosta Valley: Sarre Castle - Valle d'Aosta: Castello di Sarre - Chateau de Sarre
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The Sarre Castle (Castello di Sarre, Chateau de Sarre), dates back to 13th century; it was totally reworked in early 18th century and later in 1869 was acquired by the first king of Italy, Vittorio Emanuele 2nd, and trasformed into a hunting lodge. A unique collection of hunting trophies is conserved inside.

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