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Chapelle St Roch a Lanslevillard Val Cenis
Maurienne valley, Savoy Alps

The Chapel of Saint Roch in Lanslevillard museum and communal point of the "paths of history."

Enjoy your visit and see you soon in Val Cenis Vanoise.

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