#3 I miss caruggi

Caròggio or caruggio is the word used in the dialect of Genova, and known in the rest of Italy, to describe a narrow pedestrian road between two buildings, normally with stone walls and floor.

The italian word is vicolo, or vico, in the the area where I was born borgo. You can find them in medieval towns.

And I miss them

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