the Carmel


It was the place of manufacture of the hats, handkerchiefs and other elements of clothing. The linen stiffened by drying was also relaxed there, the room being in fact under the attic where the linen was hung out to dry from the wash.


Very bright room overlooking the courtyard, of which we have no old photos. You can see the door to the laundry room and the staircase to the sleepr St. Elias who goes up to the attic