This Trullo can accommodate one or two people.
The tavelete was the classic loft of the trulli, made with wooden planks, intended to house the warehouse.
The dialectal term for lime immediately recalls the classic white color of the trulli, typically whitewashed.
The mattresses were once filled with barley straw, fibrous and consistent, which allowed to provide..
From the dialectal to window, it is this very small opening outwards to characterize this trullo.
The term that our ancestors used to indicate the return to their trullo after a day of hard work.
“Papanunn” is the dialect word for Great-grandfather; ancestral memories emerge, the orally handed down stories of a past that reflect our roots and traditions
The canèle was the drainpipe of the trulli that collected the water by conveying them into the wells for domestic use.
The tristidd are the typical trestles on which were placed the wooden planks that formed the base of the bed.
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