Building complex, former shooting range, made in the first years of the 20th Century and located in the Municipality of Piazza Brembana, in the Province of Bergamo. The structure boasts a "T" shape composed of a single-floor, rectangular structure and a shooting range without roofing and fenced to the sides by a tall, slanted stone wall. Despite the prolonged abandonment, the building still maintains its original shape and its sober classicist decorative devices.
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The building complex is laid out on a surface area of 595 sqm, with a built-on area of about 80 sqm (60 sqm net area); the external court occupies 200 sqm while the shooting range is about 300 sqm wide. The three roofed structures in the main building, which are laid out onto a single aboveground floor, are fitted with a pavilion roof with wooden framework corrugated slabs made of an environmentally-friendly material. The façades are made of four pilasters joined by a dentilated linear decoration. The wooden internal fixtures have one single glass and wooden blinds in mediocre conditions. The floor covering of the main structure is still the original one, while the plastered and painted partitions appear to be in a poor state of maintenance. The building is devoid of facilities and its class energy is G. The small outhouse still present in the map and in the cadastral layout has been demolished. The building is currently in a bad state and a complete restoration is needed.
Piazza Brembana is an Italian Municipality of 1,255 inhabitants in the Province of Bergamo, Lombardy. Situated in the upper Brembana Valley, at the confluence of two branches of the Brembo river, it is located 37 km away from the Provincial Capital and 45 km away from Bergamo “Orio al Serio” Airport. Thanks to its strategic position, Piazza Brembana, located along the major commercial road “Via Priula”, quickly became a residential and commercial hub ever since the 19th Century, hosting also the administrative centre of the Oltre la Goggia department (the seat of the Prefecture, of the Vicariate and of the Carabinieri’s barracks). During the Fascist rule, the town became even more important, and a train station was built in its centre; the station remained active until 1967 and the old railway lines have currently been redeveloped as a suggestive cycle lane.