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Revision as of 18:57, 1 May 2007

The Aosta Valley (Val d'Aosta) is the Italian region in the Alps where there is Mont Blanc, Monte Rosa and Gran Paradiso. Aosta Valley, which is the smallest of all italian regions, lies in the northwest of the country.

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The most spoken languages in Aosta Valley are French and Italian. In Gressoney Saint- Jean and Gressoney La Trinité a minority also speaks German.

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Climb mountains! There are several wonderful mountain areas to explore.

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  • Gamay - the local variety of red wine grown on the terraced vineyards visible along the steep rock walls of the valley. It is a light red and doesn't age well so its best to be enjoyed on site in fully view of the land it was grown on.

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