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Aosta Valley - Valle d'Aosta: Valtournance village - Town hall and climbers memorial
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The Valtournenche is one of the most beautiful lateral valleys of Val d'Aosta, famous for being the Italian access way to Matterhorn, the "Cervino" mountain. The Valtournenche village is located in the upper part of the valley and together with Cervinia is one of the most important Italian resorts for ski and montaineering. In the 360 photo is the small central square with the town hall and the church. To be noticed the many plaques dedicated to the climbers born there and sometimes dead in the same mountains: names such as Carrel, Bich, Pellissier, etc are well known in the mountain's history. The small obelisk is a memorial for the village's soldiers who died in the two world wars.

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Tags: italia; italy; aosta; aoste; valtournenche; town hall; municipio; piazza; square; bich; pellissier; carrel; cervino; matterhorn; cervin; cervinia; mairie
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