Saint-Vincent, Italy
Saint-Vincent is a town
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 and comune
In Italy, the comune is the basic administrative division, and may be properly approximated in casual speech by the English word township or municipality.-Importance and function:...

in the Aosta Valley region of north-western Italy
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. Saint-Vincent (575m/1,898 ft), is a popular summer holiday resort with mineral springs (recommended for liver and stomach disorders).


The town is bounded by Ayas, Brusson
Brusson is a town and comune in Val d'Ayas, a left minor valley of the Aosta Valley region in Italy.It is well-known as a summer and winter vacationing spot, and better known for its plentiful cross-country skiing trails. It is also a good starting point for climbing Monte Rosa...

, Châtillon
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, Emarèse
Émarèse is a town and comune in the Aosta Valley region of north-western Italy....

 and Montjovet
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