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Domodossola, an ancient Roman province

Domodossola, an ancient Roman province

Domodossola is an Italian city located at the foot of the Italian Alps. It offers train connections to Swiss towns like Brig. The town features on the Domodossola–Locarno railway line.

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Domodossola has a medieval town centre where you fill find its Piazza Mercato, a beautiful square surrounded by elegant buildings with loggias and balconies. On the square, you will find the Teatro Galletti. Domodossola landmarks include the Palazzo Silva, which is now a museum displaying Etruscan and Roman finds, as well as Egyptian mummies.

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