This contrada lies North of San Zeno, on the right side of the Biserti Valley, at 625 m above sea level. It has maintained its original structure of two courts: a rural, enclosed one belonging to a single family; the other, open and restored, where you will find a beautiful old rectangular stone fountain around which people used to sit and chat.
There is also an old casara, a building once used for making cheese and butter. Religious symbols here include a shrine with a Crucifixion and a statue of Saint Anthony the Great located in a recess of an old hayloft wall.
Dal libro “Le immagini raccontano … San Zeno di Montagna”Associazione Scatti dalla Memoria