Impressions from the small town Almazzago located at Commezzadura, in Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol region. Due to the political issues, the region became part of the modern Italy just in 1971. Therefore the ancient and modern structures show strong traces of Tirollean architecture, which it actually has been since antiquity. The prespectives of the narrow streets are backgrounded by the magnificent Alps.
Historic barns, showing weak traces of fachwerk structure, are dressed with boards of all sizes and shapes. Together with plastered walls and exposed old-time agricultural devices, this slum-like type of finish definitely adds to the character of the hamlet.
Modern structures, as the hotel, continue the architectural tradition – sloped roofs and extensive use of wood for the finishes help these buildings no to disturb the historic character of the loco.