MOLINO G. [IT]
Exploration #176. This mill was founded after the Second World War. The site was chosen because of the presence of rivers and canals (now unfortunately covered over and disappeared from the maps) that powered the mill’s wheels and its steam engines. During its activity it was a pride of craft production and was one of the city’s most flourishing industrial centres, providing work for entire families working at the grinders. Since the 1990s it has been in a state of total abandonment. Its interior has unfortunately been ransacked and devastated, but each floor still has all the machinery, sieves and dryers used to produce flour.