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Located in Lionza, over Borgnone, and opened in 2002, after restoration, the Mill Park gives evidence of a rural civilization. In what in the past represented an artisanal settlement, you can see the ruins of a few mills, a drop hammer, on whose stones, fixed into the ground, a wooden structure was mounted.
Around a stream you also find a bread oven (1884) and a wash house originally served by a spring of hot water. Finally, continuing towards Lionza, where a screw press dating of 1828 is conserved, you encounter the chapel of Tesa, which the Tondù family (chimneysweep emigrants) had had built in 1664.