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Aosta: Collegiata of St Ours (Ursus, Sant'Orso) - Aoste: Collégiale de Saint Ours
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Probably the most known monument in Aosta, the Saint Orso's Church is part of a vast medieval building, the so called Collegiata of St Peter and St Orso. Founded over a proto-christian church, around year one thousand a monastic community took residence there and the Basilica was reconstructed under St Anselm (the future archbishop of Canterbury). Finally, by end of 15th century, a large restructuring was performed and "inside" the original structure was built the actual church by commission of George de Challant.The 360 photo shows the 15th century's façade with a Gothic portal and the massive 12th century bell tower separated from the church itself.

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