Talk:Pont d'Aël

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This bridge was wrongly called Pondel in the past (the original name Pont d'Aël was simplified). Now the ancien spelling has been re-established (the pronounciation is the same), and so has been the name of the village. Google maps still indicates the old spelling, but on the [official site of Aosta Valley, only the ancient spelling appears. This source is more reliable. --Simoncik84 (talk) 10:26, 3 May 2010 (UTC)