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In ancient times, Isola d'Asti was but a small village set upon a piece of land surrounded by two branches of the Tanaro river. After the year 1000, a dispute arose over this island between the bishop and the podesta of Asti which lasted for two centuries.
Nearing the latter half of the 1300's, it was passed on to the Viscontes of Milan and then was given as part of the dowry of Valentina, the bride of Louis d'Orleans. The only remains left to mark Isola's past are an ancient bell tower dating back to the 1600's and the church of St. Michael.
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