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Country  Italy
Province / Metropolitan city  Turin (TO)
Time zone  CET (UTC+1)
Elevation  376 m
Postal code  10060
Region  Piedmont
Demonym(s)  Frossaschesi
Dialing code  0121
Local time  Saturday 2:31 AM
Province  Province of Turin
Weather  13°C, Wind W at 14 km/h, 40% Humidity

Frossasco is a commune (municipality) in the Metropolitan City of Turin in the Italian region Piedmont, located about 30 km south west of Turin.


Map of 10060 Frossasco Metropolitan City of Turin, Italy


Even if the Celts were the inhabit the area of Frossasco. After the fall of the Western Roman Empire the Lombards settled here, as can be seen by the archaeological excavation that in the Bivio area brought back to light by the old necropolis. The layout of the town centre has an apparently typical Roman layout, but is of medieval origins.

Frossasco later was owned by the abbey of Novalesa, which donated it in 1064 to the Santa Maria Cloister of Pinerolo owned by the Marchioness Adelaide of Susa. The hamlet was given in 1561 to the Count Provana of Leyni and, later on, from 1536 to 1539, was occupied by the French. It went back to the House of Savoy but was again under the French between 1593 and 1595, until it became an Italian municipality.

Sagra degli Abbà

Sagra degli Abbà is festival which celebrates the four contrades of the town. It is held in the beginning of August.

Twin towns — Sister cities

Frossasco is twinned with:

  • Saint-Jean-de-Moirans, France
  • Piamonte, Argentina
  • References

    Frossasco Wikipedia

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