Châtillon, Aosta Valley

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Châtillon
Comune di Châtillon
Commune de Châtillon
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Winter panorama of Châtillon
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Coat of arms
Location of Châtillon
Chatillon, Aosta Valley
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Châtillon
Location of Châtillon in Italy
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Châtillon
Châtillon (Aosta Valley)
Coordinates: 45°45′N07°37′E / 45.750°N 7.617°E / 45.750; 7.617 Coordinates: 45°45′N07°37′E / 45.750°N 7.617°E / 45.750; 7.617
Country Italy
Region Aosta Valley
Province none
Frazioni see list
Area
[1]
  Total39.77 km2 (15.36 sq mi)
Elevation
549 m (1,801 ft)
Population
 (2010) [2]
  Total4,966
  Density120/km2 (320/sq mi)
Demonym(s) Châtillonnais
Time zone UTC+1 (CET)
  Summer (DST) UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code
11024
Dialing code 0177
Patron saint St. Peter
Saint dayJune 29
Website Official website
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the church of Notre-Dame-de-Grâces.

Chatillon (Valdôtain: Tschahtéyón; Issime Walser : Géschtullju); is a town and comune in the Aosta Valley region of northwestern Italy. It was renamed "Castiglion Dora" in 1939 during Fascist rule in Italy. It was reverted to its old name in 1946.

Châtillon is the ancestral home of the Bich family, whose most famous member was Marcel Bich, founder of Société Bic.

Hameaux

Bourg, Breil-de-Barrel (or Petit-Breil), Gros Breil, Grand Frayan, Petit Frayan, Barma des Antesans, Setoret, Cret de Breil, Baron Gamba, Grange de Barme, Chaméran, Fours, Ventoux, Garin, Pavirola, Sez de Val, La Fournaise, Champlong, Conoz Dessus, Conoz Dessous, La Verdettaz, Murate, Isseuries, Perrianaz, Brusoncles des Gard (or Dessus), Brusoncles des Janin (or Dessous), Chardin, Bren, Boësse, Devies, Promiod, Boettes, Francou, Champlong, Arsine, Sopien, Brenvey, Champ, Chancellier, Chancellier Dessous, Chancellier Dessus, Revard, Pracarrà, Bioure, Salère, La Nouva, Giacomet, Varé, Chenez, Devies, Pointé, Étavé, Chesalet, Toniquet, Assert, Fontanella, Fressoney, Nissod, Travod, Nuarsa, Soletta, Domianaz, Closel Dessous, Closel Dessus, La Tour, Lo Cret, Verlex, Albard, Pissin Dessous, Pissin Dessus, La Sounere, Barmusse, Cretadonaz, Cret Blanc Dessous, Cret Blanc Dessus, Chavod, Merlin, Tour de Grange, Sarmasse, Barmafol, Plantin, Perolles, Soleil, Bretton, Saint-Valentin, Sellotaz, Govergnou, Cillod, Panorama, Remela, Neran, Larianaz, Gléréyaz, La Marca, Grand Prà, Crétaz, Cloîtres, Plan Pissin, Tornafol, Bertina, Gare, Saint-Clair, Piou, Cérouic, Étrop, Étrop Dessus, Pranego, Crétaz Chardon, Pragarin Dessous, Pragarin Dessus, Salé, Salé Dessus, Les Îles, Moriola, Taxard, Ussel, Château d'Ussel, Biolasse Dessous, Biolasse Dessus, Perry, Bellecombe, Mon Ross Dessus, Toule.

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References

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  2. "Popolazione Residente al 1° Gennaio 2018". Istat. Retrieved 16 March 2019.