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Bannia - maglio
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La segheria è ancora in funzione presso Bannia di Fiume Veneto, sulla strada che dal paese porta a San Vito al Tagliamento; trae alimentazione dal fiume Sile che scorre accanto.

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Uploaded: 16/07/2009
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