The historical and political events of this small village saw the first French rule (Sauze was part of Dauphin and in the church of San Restituto them have been found, as the baptismal font that testify to the patronage of foreigners) and then with the Italian the transition to the Savoy in 1713 (Treaty of "Utrecht").Sauze di Cesana in 1962 was a terrible tragedy broke out a large fire that destroyed much of the country. Today Sauze di Cesana is a small mountain town whose economy is based mainly on tourism.
Susa - Beautiful Roman Ruins
Heading Northeast of Oulx you will find Susa where I just happened to stop to use and internet cafe and while strolling around town I turned the corner and suddenly happed on a beautifully manicured park which leads to the Arch of Augustus and other Roman ruins and of course the statue of Augustus himself. Definitely worth the stop!