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• Grana tourist guide

Address: 14031 Grana AT, Italia
Grana tourist guide

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Chapel of S. Silverio

Address: Strada Provinciale 29, 84, 14031 Grana AT, Italia
Country chapel located on the entrance of the municipality of Grana (from Calliano). The structure has benefited from recent conservative restor...

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Church of S. Antonio da Padova

Address: Via Roma, 30, 14031 Grana AT, Italia
The church of via Roma (formerly via S. Antonio) celebrates the glory of S. Antonio da Padova. It seems that, in ancient times, the church was d...

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Church of S. Maria Assunta

Address: Piazza Maria Ausiliatrice, 14031 Grana AT, Italia
Parish church, imposing on the town also thanks to the slender bell tower, you can admire in all its splendor. Of baroque shapes, built between ...

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Church of S. Maria in Monte Pirano

Address: Strada Provinciale 29, 84, 14031 Grana AT, Italia
Cemetary church erected in the 10th century.

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Church of S. Rocco

Address: Via Professor Innocenzo Garrone, 28, 14031 Grana AT, Italia
The church of S. Rocco seems to ideally divide the country from the lush countryside that opens behind it. Built in the 16th century, it was com...

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Church of Santissima Annunziata

Address: Piazza dell'Annunziata, 14031 Grana AT, Italia
Church probably built before 1600. It is often used to host cultural events. It was the headquarters of the Confraternity of Disciplinati and...

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Hall of Reliquaries | Museum of Furniture and Sacred Art (Sala dei Reliquiari | Museo di Arredi ed Arte Sacra)

Address: Via della Parrocchia, 2, 14031 Grana AT, Italia
Tel: 0141 63239
Museum of sacred art housed in the premises of the parish church of S. Maria Assunta. In the Hall of Reliquaries (Sala dei Reliquari) there are ...

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Memorial plaques to the Fallen | Grana

Address: Via Professor Innocenzo Garrone, 14031 Grana AT, Italia
Tel: 0141 92623
Email: comunedigrana@micso.net
Three memorial plaques recall the war dead of the municipality of Grana.

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