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I followed a long trail uphill to Ussel castle that towered over the valley. I stopped at a farmhouse style inn just in front of the castle that had closed for lunch and gave me coffee and a snack of ... more »
The entire Aosta Valley is strewn with these wonderful stone monuments. This one is particularly grand. more »
A great monument of medieval epoch, unique monoblock castle. Unfortunately, the castle was closed without any explanation. I can only enjoyed fantastic views on valley, ten kilometers to both sides, a... more »
Joao Cesar Escossia
Manuele NataleA pity that it is only open to the public during events or exhibitions. The glance is fantastic and stunning landscape. If you are in the area please let us still a leap because you can still walk up to the entrance and all around thanks to the trails that run along
Mirella BellocchiVery nice but after the trouble that you do to get the whole climb completely exposed to the Sun is closed!
Angela MartinoThe castle is beautiful, was restored some years ago and for a while was opened to the public at events and exhibitions, then unfortunately nothing more ... Such a pity! From the Esplanade adjacent to the Palace affords a panoramic view of the Saint Vincent on Chatillon.
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