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Settimo Vittone lies along Italy's national route connecting Ivrea with Aosta. In Roman times, Settimo Vittone was known as "Vicus ad Septimum," which refers to its distance of seven miles from Ivrea, the Roman Eporedia. Today, Settimo Vittone is characterized by an hilly landscape and its fresher climate.
Over the hills of Settimo Vittone it's possible to admire a complex of very ancient origins, formed by the parish's Church of San Lorenzo and the annexed by Baptistery characterised by its rare octagonal plan. Settimo Vittone is part of the ComunitÓ Montana Dora Baltea Canavesana.
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