Largo Beato Umberto

It is called this way in honour of Blessed Humbert III of Savoy.
In this lengthened square there are the House of Blessed Humbert (also called the Salt House), House Senore (also called House of the Bishop) next to the narrow passage placed at the boundary of the historic settlement and of the fortified palace of Blessed Humbert III, which was identified as the place where Blessed Humbert was born.
The largo represents the historic crossing between the ancient Roman road and the highway which gave access to the Borgo Vecchio.


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