Creppo, Bregalla, Loreto, Cetta, Goina, Verdeggia… Borgosozzo, Foresto, Pian del Vescovo, Masseria, Cianfregheo, Barche, Cà Bruciata, Fasciarengo, Pian Pagliai, Bottesina, Gerbonte…
the current communal districts of Triora, with houses and a chapel or simple villages with a few dwellings.
In addition to these, there are also those hamlets of Brigasco that became part of the municipality of Triora in 1947: Realdo, Borniga, Pin, Abenin, Craviti… In short, there are dozens of them. They were born in recent times, even if recent means two or three hundred years ago. Inhabited as a continuation of, or on the occasion of, agricultural work, often linked to the fields sown in the mountains or the meadows to be mown.
The houses seek exposure to the sun, there is some space, even if the land is always on a slope. They are not piled one on top of the other, although some settlements are more perched than others. The house is simple: a stable for animals, the inevitable goat, some hay, the cellar. One floor with the kitchen, the warm heart. Neighbouring rooms or even a floor for beds or drying foodstuffs.