|Comune di Saint-Vincent|
Commune de Saint-Vincent
|Frazioni||Amay, Bacon, Biandin, Biègne, Biéton, Boriolaz, Capard, Chadel, Champcillien, Champdevignes, Cillian, Cisseyaz, Clapéaz, Clapeon, Cretamianaz, Crotache, Crovion, Dizeillle, Écrivin, Favret, Feilley, Fromy, Gléréyaz, Grand-Rhun, Grun, Jacques, Joux, La-Fet, La-Tour-Rosset, Lenty, Lerinon, Maison-Neuve, Marc, Moron, Moulins, Nuarsaz, Orioux, Pallud, Perellaz, Perrière, Petit-Rhun, Piané, Piémartin, Pioule, Pradiran, Renard, Romillod, Ronc-Damon, Ronc-Desot, Salirod, Tensod, Torrent-Sec, Tous, Tréan, Valmignane, Valpellane, Valyre|
|• Total||20 km2 (8 sq mi)|
|Elevation||550 m (1,800 ft)|
|• Density||240/km2 (630/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+1 (CET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+2 (CEST)|
|Patron saint||Vincent of Saragossa|
|Saint day||22 January|
Saint-Vincent (Valdôtain: Sèn-Veuncein; Issime Walser : Finze) is a town and comune in the Aosta Valley region of north-western Italy. Saint-Vincent, elevation 575 metres (1,886 ft), is a popular summer holiday resort with mineral springs.
The town is bounded by Ayas, Brusson, Châtillon, Emarèse and Montjovet.
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