This is a story about dreams and visions, about the eternal battle between illusions and reality. The church in Consanno. Consonno was a small agricultural town of medieval origin. For hundreds of years it remained unchanged until, almost as in a fairy tale, a nobleman came who changed the history of the town forever.
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Everything seemed to be possible, even razing a small ancient village in the middle of nowhere. That was the idea the enigmatic entrepreneur Mario Bagno, had towards the quiet, rural town of Consonno. Bagno bought up every plot of land in the village and forced the small population to reloccate before razing the entire settlement save a few houses and the church. After the old Consonno was demolished, the new Consonno could be built on its ashes like some mentally-ill phoenix.
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