At over 1,500 meters above sea level, along the watershed of the basins of Agno and Chiampo, there is a site where you can discover the archaeology of the mountains and the ethnoarchaeology, to find out about the ancient ways of human settlements and the exploitation of the resources of the territory since prehistoric times.
A harsh and difficult to reach territory has kept a mystery for thousands of years: the rock engravings, the signs on limestone walls left by the people, who used to populate Val d'Assa. A unique testimony to the evolution of man since prehistoric times, which emerged only after the flood of 1966.
One of the oldest woollen mills in Schio, beautifully restored in the heart of the city, is now open to the public with cultural functions and exhibitions to commemorate the history and tradition of manufacturing, which characterized the life of the citizens, as well as economic and urban development.
Valli del Pasubio
The project of a water sawmill was created by Leonardo, but the machine was soon renamed "Venetian", because it was introduced during the time of the Serenissima Republic. In the village of Segetta, in Val Leogra, remains the only still operational Venetian sawmill, the sawmill of Miola, dated in 1700s.