Grazioli Hall is a typical old village house in the centre of the hamlet of Strombiano (which, with its 100 inhabitants, is the smaller hamlet in Peio municipality). Built on three level (with an additional loft), it witnesses both the rural architecture evolution and the past way of living. The roof is covered by scandolas (shingles), larch slices traditionally used for covers. In its kitchen the old open fireplace and the stone oven for cooking the bread are still well-preserved. Another interesting room is the Stua, the place in which the family used to gather, still containing the old olle stove (typical Alpine stove). Acquired by the Peio municipality in 1998, it's now restored, managed by the Peio Ecomuseum and open to the public as a House-Museum. It still hosts furnitures, tools, dresses and documents belonging to its last owner: Maria Grazioli, also known by her fellow countrymen as 'la Bega', who had lived in it for more than eighty years (till 1991) and handed down to Peio women the craft of linen manufacturing.