Squared “casella” in Colle d'OggiaNext to the pass between the Argentina and the Impero valleys
The most common form for the “caselle”, huts made just with stones, is the truncated cone on one or two floors. Sometimes, while maintaining the pseudovolt in the arrangement of the stone segments, the exterior shape can differ.
This one, next to the Colle d’Oggia pass, has a square section.
Testo a cura di Nicola Ferrarese.