PRESERVATION AND TRASFORMATION IN THE TOWN HALL OF THE SPANISH TOWER IN OZZERO With M.Bonzanini
The tower is the result of late eighteenth century uncompleted extension and transformation acted in a building of medieval sighting. A spiral stairs, whose core is occupied by an old well, reaches the basement from the ground floor. Two elliptical stairs and an octagonal aedicule dominating the countryside are on it.
Within the preservation work a metal stairs giving access to the terminal covered roof-terrace was added. The rooms on the ground floor next to the tower have been turned into the Town Hall.