Have you ever seen the typical bedroom of a time, “a stanza i rormiri”? If so, you will surely be impressed with a number of items: first of all “a naca abbientu”, the small canvas cradle suspended with ropes tied to the sturdy bushings transversely placed on the double bed.
At one time, the moms cried the little ones singing the sneezes; It happened, however, that the baby’s whirling whimsy would sneer at the head of the family who, with a knock, made him roll off the bed. Hence the expression is still in the focus, to those who lack the intellect: “Ma chi caristi ‘nda naca quannu erutu nicu?”.
If you enjoyed this memory, come and visit us to find out what’s next. Our Museum of Tools once is a mine of stories and anecdotes that will allow you to be part of a past … very present!