Built in 1932, the Mountain colony L. leaves you with an eerie feeling.
Maybe because it was intended for children or maybe ghost stories, but walking inside we look back.
This is a mountain colony and has changed various uses over the years.
Its construction began in 1932 and ended in 1937, becoming the property of the Fascist Mutuality Agency.
During the war, Nazi soldiers barricaded themselves inside the Mountain colony L. to escape the resistance, but after a few days they had to surrender. Fortunately without gunfights.
After the war it became the National Institute for Health Insurance in 1947, then replaced in 1977 by the National Health Service.
For many years it was used as a summer camp for children run by the nuns.