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Explanation: Ind. is surely "indirizzo" i.e. the address.
The guessing work is about "AT" which I cannot divine. In total I think the expression means "Indirizzo attività tassata" i.e. the address of the activity subjected to taxation, as opposed to "IND.F." which is the fiscal address, i.e. the registered office/headoffice.