Roggia dei Mulini

 Via dei Mulini is a symbol of the town’s pre-industrial past in which water was used as the driving force for wheat, wool, iron and timber working.

Rio Rin conserves traces of these workshops and the recent renovation of the roggia – an artificial wooden canal – and one of the mill’s wheels now gives a better understanding of the site’s historic importance and is an opportunity to admire its beauty.






Now the historic canal and three mills, one of which is in perfect working order, can be admired.

Along the Roggia dei Mulini trail you can also visit the interesting Baldovin Carulli power station built in 1916. Until the 1990s it supplied most of the old town’s energy needs and it is still working today.

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