Km 21,5 / Elevation change + 69
Having crossed the border between the provinces of Torino and Biella at the north and thus completed the Morenico-Canavesana stretch of the Via Francigena coming from the Valle d'Aosta crossing of the Great St Bernard (the Via di Sigerico), the route along the ancient road that connected Ivrea to Vercelli begins at Viverone at the Church of San Rocco. This church is on the eastern end of the town where there is a panoramic view over the lake: it was built in the 16th century following a vow and extensively remodelled in the second half of the 18th century, and it houses an altar by the marble carver Catella. Further up, the Church of the Assunta (18th century) holds a valuable organ by the Serassi brothers (1815). Thanks to the lake, Viverone is a well-known tourist destination, characterised by a mild climate favourable to fruit and vine growing.
, 10015 Ivrea (TO)

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