In older days, lands in Italy belonged to Landlords: marquises, barons, counts. Peasants were allowed to live in the houses and cultivate the land, sharing the harvest with the Landowner. Torre Dell’Angelo was one of the houses that belonged to the local Baron, who visited to eat, drink, and get his harvest share. Located on the second floor of the house, the Baron’s room is where the Baron stayed during his visits. Up to this day, the room keeps traces of his presence as well as some objects of “baronial” use. The antic clay tiles (pianelli) still adorning the ceiling, like in old days when the Baron stayed here.