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Abbazia della Novalesa, Novalesa
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  • At the foot of the pass of Moncenisio, passing a certain place Napoleon Bonaparte, we find an Abbey that collects and transmits the history of European monasticism, in addition to the fine art of Herbalism and hospitality.
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  • First the Novalesa Abbey is located in the Valley of Susa in Piedmont, at 800 m above sea level, at the limit of the Mont-Cenis, the place is atypical, the village is below a circus where flowing waterfalls that come from the glacier of the Vanoise national park, the Abbey is located 2 kilometers from the village, founded in 720 under the Carolingian era , it has a modest Chapel outside is richly decorated with splendid frescoes in very good condition, also a convent, a church and 3 other chapels that make a cultural center of the middle ages.
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  • I stumbled by chance on this lovely spot under the Alps in val di Susa. The place is incredible. The air we breathe is full of spirituality. The Church and its frescoes are beautiful. Interesting store. To visit
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  • The Abbey of Saints Peter and Andrew, also known as the Abbey of Novalesa, (or) is an ancient benedettinafondata Abbey in the eighth century and located in the municipality of Novalesa, in the Susa Valley, near Turin. One of the chapels of the complex houses two important fresco cycles of the eleventh century, devoted one Culture and another holder, one of the first known in the West, Saint Nicholas of Bari.
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