This place, which is now a leisure centre, hosted cattle until the 60s. The animals were used to produce milk and sometimes as a mean to pull farm loads.
During the dark rainy evenings or simply during the winter, people of the area gathered here to listen to traditional poems, known as filò, which sometimes lasted until very late at night. Here love blossomed, debates were solved, people did business or gave advice. It was a kind of village parlour.