Aosta's cathedral dates from the 10th century, but all that remains from that period are the bell towers. The decoration inside is primarily Gothic, but the main attraction of the cathedral predates that era by 1,000 years: among the many ornate objects housed in the treasury is a carved ivory diptych from AD 406 portraying the Roman Emperor Honorius.
- Address: Piazza Papa Giovanni XXIII, Aosta, 11100 | Map It
- Phone: 0165/40251
- Hours: Duomo: Easter–Sept. 7, Mon.–Sat. 6:30 pm–8 pm, Sun. 7 am–8 pm; Sept. 8–Easter, Mon.–Sat. 6:30–noon and 3–7, Sun. 7–noon and 3–7. Treasury: Apr.–Sept., Tues.–Sun. 9–11:30 and 3–5:30; Oct.–Mar., Sun. 3–5:30
- Location: Aosta
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