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At number 71 in Via Gramsci, it is easy to notice the medieval house, clearly distinguishable from the other more recent buildings. The house dates back to the 9th century and is characterized by a stone structure on the façade, in which three doors are visible, surmounted by pointed arches now closed by shutters. The Roman fragments incorporated in the façade are still clearly visible. Over the centuries, other floors were imbedded onto the original structure, and they are easily recognizable due to the clear differences of the compositional style.