Built in XVIIII in the Costabella area at an altitude of 180m above sea level, the well has a diameter of 80cm and is 4m deep. A century later, the outside section – a small masterpiece in solid brick – was erected. It was never a well full of water because as it was built too high compared to the flat area and could only count on the surface runoff. It didn’t even have a pulley and the water was collected using a chain.