Martigny is one of the four noteworthy towns of the canton of Valais (Switzerland). It appreciates a conspicuous area, situated at the junction of the Great St. Bernard, the Simplon, the Rhone valley and the glorious mountain street from La Forclaz, which prompts Chamonix (France) and Valle d'Aosta (Italy). This dynamic city has numerous vacation spots and monetary relations with its different exhibition halls, including the well known Pierre Gianadda Foundation. Mecca of Agriculture Valais where organic products, wines and white spirits appreciate a universal notoriety. Another component of Martigny is the terraced mountain cultivating with the custom of Hérens bovines. The mammoths are a wellspring of huge provincial pride with the acclaimed "Battle de Reines" in the "Foire du Valais" praised each Fall.