Ottonian Fresoces

Ottonian Frescoes

In the Saint Orso Church and the Cathedral of Aosta, between the roof and the gothic vaults are situated the Ottonian frescoes, realized during the 11th century by the important Bishop Anselmo.

Looking to the Ottonian frescoes in the Cathedral we can recognize on the north side the stories of Saint Eustachio, while on the south side the stories of Moses, in particular the Plagues of Egypt. The upper section of the frescoes shows the Christ’s Ancestors.

Looking to the Ottonian frescoes in the Saint Orso Church we can recognize some life stories of Christ, the Miracle during the wedding of Cana and the martyrdom of some Saints. The upper section of the frescoes shows some decorative elements and animals.

Discover here the guided tour of the Roman and Medieval town of Aosta

Opening Days of the Ottonian frescoes in the Cathedral

Admission with fee and only on request, eventually in combination with the Treasure Museum

Price of Ottonian frescoes in the Cathedral

Museum: euro 4,00
Frescoes: euro 5,00
Museum + Frescoes: euro 6,00
Free: for students to 25 years old

Opening Days of the Ottonian frescoes in Saint’Orso Church

Admission with fee and on only request
Confidential prices for people with a local tour guide:

Prices

Cloister + frescoes + chapel € 5,00
Cloister + frescoes € 3,50
Cloister € 1,00
Free: for children under 6 years old