The architectural complex called “ex Lavatoio” (ex pubblic wash-house) is composed of two houses with square plan and to a single floor and of a long canopy to rectangular plan and that it rises on 18 pillars in masonry. One house was used for the disinfection of clothes and the other house was used for public toilets. The building for cleaning clothes had two boilers for wet disinfection and a stove for steam disinfection. The pubblic bathroom building was equipped with a dressing room, a shower and a bathtub for personal hygiene. The canopy contained the tanks to wash the clothes after they had been disinfected. The wash tanks were arranged in two parallel rows. There were 40 tanks for washing clothes, made of reinforced concrete, and composed of two distinct parts: the washing table and the actual tank. The structure was damaged during the Second World War, but in a slight way and still today it is possible to have the full overview of the architectural complex of origin. In recent years a conservative restoration of the buildings had begun, but for several reasons the project was not completed: a sign of this attempt at recovery is the glass closure of the structure that originally contained the tanks for washing the cloths.