Castrum Hengroniae – Angrogna

15 September 2017

Hi kids! The walk I’d like to suggest today is really going to be an adventure ’cause we will try together to find a missing place (…that maybe never even existed)! The Castrum Hengroniae, which is a Latin name meaning “Angrogna Castle”, is a mysterious building destroyed in 1332, where an inquisitor (a person who […]

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Angrogna administrative centre temple

25 September 2015

Hi! Today I am in Angrogna (in Torino province) to tell you something about the Waldesian temple which rises up in the middle of the town. As you can see, the name of the temple is traditionally “he one of the centre”, to distinguish from another Waldesian religious building located in the same town, and, […]

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San Lorenzo – Angrogna

3 January 2014

Hi there! Today we are in the central square of the main hamlet of Angrogna, called San Lorenzo. In particular, we are under the town hall, and this stone which you can see me on is known as “Peira de la reizoun”, which means “the reason’s stone”. Probably you’re wondering the reason why this stone […]

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