Km 6 / Elevation change - 109
Taking paths in the midst of woods, you arrive at Settimo Vittone and one of Piemonte's most important Romanesque architectural complexes: the Pieve di San Lorenzo, with a Latin cross layout and beautiful fresco cycles (10th-14th centuries), and the Baptistery of San Giovanni Battista (8th to 11th centuries) with a square apse and a small bell-tower added in the 13th century. Here, according to tradition, there is buried Ansgarda, the disowned wife of the king of the Franks, Louis II of France (known as Louis the Stammerer), who died in 889. Following an ancient track, you reach the spectacular Castle of Montestrutto, reconstructed in neo-Gothic style at the end of the 19th century on the remains of the ancient medieval fortress, next to which is the small Romanesque church of San Giacomo.
, 10010 Settimo Vittone (TO)

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