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Owner description: The Regional Archaeological Museum (MAR) is housed in a prestigious historical building built on the foundations of the Roman tower that flanked the northern gate of the city. At first Vaudan Hall, then the seat of the Monastery of the Visitation, founded in 1633, at the beginning of the nineteenth century, after the Napoleonic suppression of the convent, it became the seat of the barracks. The set-up of the Museum, documented by a rich collection of archaeological finds, furnishings and personal artifacts, the result of the excavations conducted for decades on behalf of the Autonomous Region of Aosta Valley, is divided into a chronological path from the ancient phase of the Mesolithic (7000 - 6000 BC) until the seventh century AD. It covers various topics related to religion, daily life and public life.