Pavese’s birthplace

The house where Cesare Pavese was born is at the core of the places described in the novel The Moon And The Bonfires, with the Gaminella hill behind and the Salto hill, where you can visit the workshop-house of his friend Nuto, just opposite. From here you can also see Moncucco, the hill of the poem South Seas

The house was the summer residence of his parents and was sold right after his father’s death. It is furnished with period pieces, family pictures and portraits of the women loved by the writer. Two showcases display all his works and their international translations.


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