The Roero is rich of little buildings, in the local dialect called “ciabòt”.
Born as simple shelters made of grass or corn, they later became buildings in wood and bricks.
These buildings were born because of the big distances of the fields from the houses, the need to gather the harvest and protect it from the thieves, and also a kind of demonstration of the economic wellness of the owners. The “ciabòt” have bizarre shapes, strange decorations, all that could make them noticeable.
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