It is fascinating to think of the many previous lives an object has had or to see the past existence of a place, a street or a house through the eyes of imagination.
Historical archives prove that life in Via Milano was far from being boring.
The road leading to the old town was nicknamed “Burg Drizz” (straight street in Italian) because, unlike for other neighborhoods, it was long and straight
Since Medieval times - and as proven over the next few centuries - the Burg Drizz was a cradle for a variety of workshops, which made it one of the liveliest districts in the old town.
A microcosm, a town in the town, a place where everyone knew everyone else, since houses and workshops were often passed down from one generation to the next.
It is worth pointing out that the road has barely changed over the centuries and still boasts a number of architectural elements dating back to different historical periods starting from the Middle Ages.
The day you will be inside this house, pull up a seat and I will tell you the rest of the story…