Castel Savoia

( Savoy Castle (Gressoney-Saint-Jean) )

Savoy Castle (Italian: Castel Savoia; French: Château Savoie) is a historic residence situated in Gressoney-Saint-Jean, Italy, near the village of Òbre Biel.

The villa, commissioned by Margherita of Savoy, was designed by Italian architect Emilio Stramucci and built between 1899 and 1904, with the first stone being laid on August 24, 1899.[1] Margherita of Savoy took the decision to build her own residence in Gressoney after being fascinated by the beauty of the Lys Valley during her several stays there as host in the villa of Barons Peck-Beccoz, later renamed into Villa Margherita in her honor.

In 1981, the property was acquired by the Aosta Valley region.[1]

^ a b "Savoy Castle". lovevda.it. Retrieved 18 December 2022.
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