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Aosta Valley: Ussel Castle - Valle d'Aosta: Castello di Ussel - Chateau d'Ussel
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The Ussel Castle (Castello di Ussel, Chateau d'Ussel) rises up with an imposing aspect on a peak in the Valle d'Aosta. It was built in 14th century by order of the powerful Challant Family and it is one of the best examples of the medieval architecture in the Aosta Valley

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