A jewel in the middle of the Alps

Regione Valle d’Aosta

It is the smallest region in Italy, divided into 74 municipalities.

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The Aosta Valley is located in the middle of the Alps, surrounded by the four highest mountainous massifs in Italy: Mont Blanc, The Matterhorn, Monte Rosa and Gran Paradiso

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The Aosta Valley (Vallée d'Aoste in French) is a region with special status in north-western Italy, with the regional capital Aosta, from which it takes its name. Established in 1946, it is the smallest region of Italy with 3,263 square km of surface and also the least populated with 125,814 inhabitants, with a completely mountainous territory. The region has two official names: Regione Autonoma Valle d’Aosta (in Italian) and Région Autonome Vallée d’Aoste (in French); French is the co-official language of the region.

The Aosta Valley (Vallée d'Aoste in French) is a region with special status in north-western Italy, with the regional capital Aosta, from which it takes its name. Established in 1946, it is the smallest region of Italy with 3,263 square km of surface and also the least populated with 125,814 inhabitants, with a completely mountainous territory. The region has two official names: Regione Autonoma Valle d’Aosta (in Italian) and Région Autonome Vallée d’Aoste (in French); French is the co-official language of the region.

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