Cultural Heritage

Alpinart Exhibition Centre

Alpinart exhibition centre was opened in July 2008. It is located in the Miners’ Village (Villaggio Minatori), in Cogne.  […]

Aymavilles castle

The castle of Aymavilles is certainly the most characteristic and recognizable element of the Community for its position and architecture […]

Châtel-Argent and panoramic viewpoint

There are no evidences of the existence of a Roman fortress in Châtel-Argent, even though some signs (the presence of Roman bricks recycled […]

Introd Bridges

Formerly the “grand pont” was made of wood and the inhabitants of Introd had repeatedly to restore or to replace it. […]

La Rampa

“La Rampa” (so-called by the Vellatsu, Villeneuve’s inhabitants), leads to the fortress of Châtel-Argent; it’s a great staircase dug into the rock […]

Maison Bruil

Maison Bruil at Introd is one of the most important examples of rural architecture of Gran Paradiso. […]

Maison Musée Jean-Paul II

The local council of Introd, under the sponsorship of the Autonomous Region of Aosta Valley, and with the co-operation of the Vatican […]

Maison de Cogne Gérard-Dayné

Maison de Cogne Gérard-Dayné is a rural house mentioned in documents that date back to the 17th century with all the characteristics of traditional Cogne Valley […]

Pont d’Aël aqueduct bridge

Built in 3 A.D. by two Roman colons , Aimo and Avilio, over the gorge of the Grand Eyvia river, the aqueduct bridge made of stone […]

Sarriod Castle of Introd

The original Castle dates back to the 12th Century, like the Castle of Graines, and was made up of a square tower surrounded by walls. […]


Some rural outbuildings, named Ôla, were built at the foot of the castle: a large farmstead of 680 km². […]