Italy is probably the dream country for so many people, and the pizza and the wine are not the only excuses one might find. With clean air, serene beaches, beautiful people and a scenic view meant for your Instagram feed, life in Italy sure looks like a dream.View this post on Instagram
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In the recent years, we have often read and heard about tiny Italian towns desperately calling out for company and offering money to people who're willing to relocate in those tiny, pretty villages. Now Locana, a tiny beautiful ghost town in Italy near the Turin region, has yet again offered the same. The government there is offering around 9000 Euros to anyone willing to relocate. That's approximately Rs. 73 lakh but then there's a catch there as well. The amount will be paid in a period of over 3 years, and the prerequisite for this is that you must be married with a kid (they want to populate the place with families). “Our population has shrunk from 7,000 residents in the early 1900s to barely 1,500 as people left looking for a job at Turin's big factories,” Locana's mayor Giovanni Bruno Mattiet told a newspaper.View this post on Instagram
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The people basically want you to relocate and run a business and make the place a living heaven all over again. Initially the offer was open just for the residents of Italy but the poor response has made them believe that people from other countries are also welcome to apply, if the applied conditions are fulfilled. Would you take up an offer like this? As dreamy as it may sound, in terms of practicality, I think it's logistically kind of impossible for us to move there permanently.