In the town of Villa Savoye on the banks of the Viroqua River, a large building lies in ruin.
It was once the home of a family that made a living selling grapes.
When the family was killed by the mafia in the 1990s, it was left with a ruinous hole in its front yard.
Since then, it has been converted into a makeshift housing estate for Roma and other migrants.
Al Jazeera’s John Sandford reports from Villa Soto, Italy.