The Borgo delle Cannelle, whose name seems to derive from the abundance of water from the subsoil, was once part of an immense agricultural property located in the heart of the Etruscan Maremma and belonged to the Polish princes Poniatowski from the end of the eighteenth century until the First World War.

For miles you can not see a house, while it is not rare to meet some specimens of the local fauna such as wild boar, foxes, roe deer, porcupines and turtles.

The small complex of stone buildings was still inhabited in the fifties of the last century but was later abandoned and so began a slow and gradual decline.

The main house, the remains of a tower with imposing stone buttresses, the barn and annexes were partly collapsed, so the restoration work was particularly delicate.

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