Monuments

Martigny's numerous monuments are a testimony to its rich history. Whoever ventures into this voyage of discovery will be close not only to the 20th century, but to the Middle Ages and the Roman Era. Be sure to visit all the historical wealth of Martigny, from a 13th century medieval castle to one of the oldest mills in French-speaking Switzerland still in activity.
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Place Centrale
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Place Centrale

Martigny

Le Bâtiment de la Grenette
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Le Bâtiment de la Grenette

Martigny

Pont couvert de La Bâtiaz
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Pont couvert de La Bâtiaz

Martigny

Chapelle de la Bâtiaz: Notre-Dame-De-Compassion
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Chapelle de la Bâtiaz: Notre-Dame-De-Compassion

Martigny

Notre-Dame-de-la-Compassion Chapel features a beautiful baroque altar and a notable collection of thankgiving plaques.

La chapelle Saint-Michel
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La chapelle Saint-Michel

Martigny

Manoir Ganioz
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Manoir Ganioz

Martigny

Hôtel de Ville
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Hôtel de Ville

Martigny

L\'Église Saint-Michel
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L'Église Saint-Michel

Martigny

Amphithéâtre Romain
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Amphithéâtre Romain

Martigny

The emblematic monument of the ancient city. Of simple construction, it could hold up to 5,000 people to watch gladiatorial games.

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