This eighteenth-century watermill, now a museum, is one of the few examples still in working condition.
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For over two centuries, the Ruatti Watermill has preserved its original milling equipment, still in working order, tools linked to the world of grinding and cereal processing, and it offers visitors a glimpse of the local culture of food and diet. The visit also includes the nineteenth-century Ruatti family home: a window onto daily mountain life in the past, an all-senses experience.