Here it is, the huge and imposing furnace tower of the former Saceba cement works, surrounded by greenery. The dogs run through the tall grass in this secluded corner of the world. As you walk past, you and your companion admire the majesty of this structure with so many stories to tell.
High in the sky, the sun illuminates the path ahead of you. It's time to continue along the 18th-century path that leads to the Red Church, and the ruins of the medieval castle of San Pietro. From this point on, the leisurely descent takes you past the Canaa mill, where the oldest rocks are located. These stratifications rich in clays and ammonites (fossils) are 200 million years old.
Impressed by the rocks, you stop for a closer look at the signs of time that mark this place. You count the layers, a bit like you (jokingly) count the wrinkles on your face as the years go by... How much history these signs reveal!