Since ancient times tanks have played an essential role for the survival of populations, ensuring the constant availability of a fundamental good for human life, water. The oldest cisterns are built with an excavation in the ground shaped like a cruet and with a small opening at the top from which the water was extracted.
In the small area of the Palace there are 3 cisterns, of which one in particular the largest still used, built to collect a sufficient rainwater reserve for productive activity. < / h4>
Welcome to Palazzo Castriota, a work environment that has rediscovered its long-hidden historical identity, a place where the human vicissitudes of those who lived it are intertwined with testimonies of an art, so ancient and full of secrets to arouse the interest and charm of rediscovery.
The visitor is offered a journey back in time between cisterns, tanks and perfectly preserved finds. A fascinating journey that leads to discovering the tools used and the processing phases of oil and wine.
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