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farmhouses in the Bassa parmense
(Busseto (PR) – Emilia Romagna)
text by: borgo-italia [only desktop] - photo by: gianni
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farmhouses in the Bassa parmense
(Busseto (PR) – Emilia Romagna)

This special is not a treatise about the country architecture, but it only presents and recalls the agricultural roots of this area; so we will show you a series of farmhouses typical of this region.
We say “to recall” because with the coming of the so called modernity, many of them have been abandoned or used as storages and are destined to vanish.
Many of them are in ruin, replaced by nearby insignificant houses; few of them have been restored and even less those skillfully restored.

We are losing our cultural identity and not because of the immigrants: the fault lies with us and our institutions.

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A geographical note:

The “Bassa parmense” or simply the “Bassa” is a strip between the Po river and the Via Emilia in the province of Parma.
This farming area produces many of the Italian specialties as the Parmigiano Reggiano, the “culatello” of Zibello, the “prosciutto” of Langhirano, the “salame” of Felino and all kinds of pasta.

a polemical note:

Our municipalities have to raise funds and the building permits are an easy way, but why these permits for building soulless houses or, even worse, useless small industrial estates and not for the restoration of the farmhouses, so preserving our identity?

and at the end:
as we said above this is not an exhaustive special and the images relate to the area of Busseto.
It would be interesting to extend this kind of work to all the “Bassa” and maybe to all Italy.

text by: borgo-italia [only desktop]
photo by: gianni

EMILIA 7 - release date: 2015-06-04