An Italian village whose homes are for sale for one euro

An Italian village whose homes are for sale for one euro

A small Italian village decided to offer its homes for sale, for only one euro, in a move to revitalize tourism and the economy there.

According to the Daily Mail, the village of Syncifrondi, in the southern province of Calabria, decided to offer the uninhabited village homes for sale at a nominal price, in a plan to revitalize the village.

The buyer can acquire a house in the beautiful Synkivronde for only one euro, and he will have to pay 250 euros a year for the insurance policy until the restoration and renovation work is completed.

The buyer will have to renovate the new house in the village, in just 3 years, or he will be subjected to a fine of 20,000 euros.

"Finding new owners for the many deserted homes in the village is an essential part of our new plan to re-beautify the village and its deserted neighborhoods," village governor Michele Konya told CNN.

The decision to restore the deserted areas of the village was taken after the outbreak of the Coruna virus, which destroyed the economy in several Italian villages, including the village of Synquefrondi.

According to the governor, the village has a moderate Mediterranean climate and is surrounded by picturesque hills, and two rivers pass by.
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