Murazzano

Murazzano is one of the main towns in the Langhe. Its height (739 meters on sea level), the near Maritme Alps, the lawns that surround it give it an untypical mountain appearance.

The town is dominated by a medieval tower built in the fourteenth century, once surely a part of the castle.

The central road leads you to the main square, and to the parish church of san Lorenzo, made precious by the fourteenth-century bell tower.

Artistically interesting is also the sanctuary of the Madonna di Hai, built in the first half of the seventeenth century.

Murazzano’s fair is held on the last week in August.

History

Until the end of the eighteenth century near the tower of Murazzano stood a castle, built at the beginning of the fourteenth century by the marquis of Saluzzo and later owned by the Savoia.

The town is intimately linked to the royal family, because many court doctors were born there.

Events in Murazzano and around

Eat & Sleep in Murazzano and around

Farmstead

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