Valle D'Aosta

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a region in northwestern Italy

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In Italy, for supporting the project, we would like to thank the Regional Government of Aosta Valley, the Town Administration of Nus, the Mont-Emilius Community, the high school students of the Istituzione scolastica di istruzione scientifica e magistrale 'Binel-Viglino' in Pont Saint- Martin and Saint-Vincent with their teachers, Professor Maril' u Lupi and Professor Silvana Dondoni.
The scenery is wonderful and the Aosta Valley offers much to the visitor besides.
During an ecological study focused on the impact of ski runs on alpine arthropod communities in Aosta Valley (NW Italy), fourteen specimens (two females and twelve males) of gnaphosids of the genus Berlandina Dalmas 1922 were found.
Others take place in the Aosta Valley in Italy and in Haute-Savoie in France.
Yvonne Rawson, her husband Stephen, their daughter Grace and her friend were enjoying a family holiday at Champoluc, in the Aosta Valley, in Italy, earlier this year.
It makes sense to use the town ( with its great bars and atmosphere ( as a base for exploring elsewhere in the Aosta Valley.
So I took some persuading to join a group of friends on an Interski trip to Courmayeur in Italy's Aosta Valley because it, too, involved an overnight coach journey.
A mud slide in the village of Fenis, in the Alpine Aosta Valley, killed five people, the Ansa news agency reported, while two more people were swept away as the Stura, Po and Dora Riparia rivers in Piemonte surged over their banks.
Breuil-Cervinia is located in Italy's Aosta Valley, a two and a half hour drive from Milan.
Elliot was on a visit to the Aosta Valley, near Turin, with Eastwood District Scouts.
The hotel is 6,500ft above sea level in the Aosta Valley, 10 minutes drive, in the summer, from La Thuile.
Perched high in the Aosta Valley at 2,050m, Cervinia has a great snow record and a long season.