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Torre Cajetani is one of the few towns to have important testimonies of the fascist period. Not only in the mysterious head painted on a wall but in a series of residential houses still in excellent condition.

Each of the 9 buildings is of 2 levels. They are of the classical 30s design built just outside the walls of the village and the side of each faces the road. On the entrance doors and on the façade are still visible the symbols of the ‘fasci’ and the fascist scripts even if partially ruined.