Il Grande Manicomio
We were able to roam freely through the park-like grounds and around the decrepit buildings without anyone stopping us. Some structures were still operating under various functions, while the disused buildings seemed to be boarded up occasionally; keeping the blockades intact was not the highest priority here, and so it was quite easy to get in and out.
Inside, the spaces were often a highly contrasting mixture of old architecture and a few new elements, such as bed frames, desks, and other furniture. The scenes struck me as odd - perhaps it was the lack of drop ceilings, a cheap and economical feature so commonly used in old buildings in the U.S. We were able to find some fun tunnel connections between the buildings... coming up from a basement and seeing the fading glow of the sun told us we had to move on if we wanted to explore more of this country.