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Walk to Cevola and Castellazzo farmhouses in Invorio

From Mornerona hamlet among woods and ancient farmhouses


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length icon Length:
3.4 Km
time icon Our time:
1h00' walking
climb icon Total climb:
120 mt
height icon Min and max height:
405 mt - 460 mt
track ring icon Type of track:
ring track
surface icon Surface:
gravel road - dirt road
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From the small hamlet Mornerona in Invorio, a town dating back to ‘800, starts a path among the woods leading to two important historic towns.
On the peak of the first hill the Cevola farmhouse is met, with its court, its oven and a peculiarity that can be seen on one side of the building: it’s an ancient stone apse which was part of a single nave church. The church, connected to the Benedictine Cluniac monastery of Biella, was later decommissioned and annexed to the large house where a plate, walled on a side, reminds of the centenary Luigi Catilina (1866 - 1966) who lived here.
Proceeding along the path another hill is met, and on its peak the Castellazzo farmhouse was built. Today it’s completely abandoned, but once kept large frescos testifying the importance of this building.

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