Medievel village and Hospice of Leverogne
  • Medievel village and Hospice of Leverogne

    Architecture

Medievel village and Hospice of Leverogne

Resorts: Arvier

The hamlet of Leverogne has an interesting urban development of its medieval village, with different buildings worth seeing.Of particular historic interest are the frescoes dating back to 1497, recently restored, that represent the seven Works of Mercy on the outside walls of what once was a hospice for wayfarers.Climbing the path of the Dora di Valgrisenche, you can still see the remains of a Roman bridge.