Novalesa Abbey

Novalesa Abbey (Italian: Abbazia di Novalesa) is a Benedictine monastery in the Metropolitan City of Turin, Piedmont, Italy. It was founded in 726, and dedicated to Saint Peter and Saint Andrew.[1]

Novalesa Abbey.

Novalesa is in the Val di Susa, on the route to the Mont Cenis Pass, and on the former Via Francigena, a major pilgrimage road.[2] The abbey is still in operation as an active Benedictine monastery.[3]

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