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VIA ROMA (XVI-XVIII centuries)

On this road develops one of the oldest settlements of Gorzegno. The buildings, leaning against each other, date back to the late medieval period. In just one case, at number 18, the portal with sandstone jambs and architrave is still well preserved.

The architrave was finely decorated with a frieze of acanthus leaves, unfortunately considerably broken up. The facing house, called Cà d’la Maestra, still has a roof in flagstone, i.e. stone slabs locally called ciape. Further ahead, on the left side, at number 12, there was the old Town Hall with the school premises on the upper floor.