Km 2,8 / Elevation change - 36
After the stronghold, the path continues in the direction of Borgone Susa. Just before the town, an interesting deviation leads to Maometto, a beautiful place with ancient roots: at a clearing there is a carved rock depicting an open-armed person, which local tradition has suggested is the Arab prophet Mohammed, although it is more likely to be the Latin rural divinity, Silvano. The path goes alongside the railway line and reaches the main square of the town where there is the 17th century Palazzo Montabone, now the Town Hall. You go past the Parish Church of San Nicola di Bari and, with a diversion beneath the flyover, the road leads to Ponte di Sant'Antonino - possible link to the Francigena routes - and to San Valeriano: here there is the Romanesque chapel of the same name (11th-12th century) with decoration in the apse showing Cristo Pantocratore.
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