One-euro homes to save Taranto 🏠
CGTN Europe • 2m 52s
Taranto, like many other Italian cities and towns, has a problem: its residents are leaving.
To attract people back to the city, Taranto’s mayor has launched an unusual initiative: selling uninhabited houses for just one euro.
A Russian interpreter in love with Italy and young people who want to stay close to their roots are among those who took the big step to move their entire lives to this corner of southern Italy.
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