Italy has, for years, screamed on more children and more families in the skate.
the Growth has been so low in the Italian villages, many families have felt the need to sell their houses at low prices - some all the way down to one dollar, just to get rid of the house.
The great emigration and the low birth rate has been an Italian municipality to take action. The mayor of the municipality of Locana, Giovanni Bruno Mattiet, has promised new families a cash reward of 60,000 dollars over a few years.
It writes Travel and Leisure.
The only thing it requires is that you have at least one child and a minimum annual income of 40,000 dollars.
Locana is situated in the beautiful mountainous region of Piedmont in northern Italy near the border to both France and Switzerland.
the Town had about 7000 inhabitants in the early 20. century, but can now not boast of more than 1500 inhabitants. According to the media experience the city namely 40 deaths, while only 10 births are registered annually.
Locana has also experienced a massive amount of butikslukninger, but according to the mayor, it should be positive for the newcomers.
- Dozens of closed bars, shops, restaurants and boutiques are just waiting for new people to run them on, says mayor Giovanni Bruno Mattiet to CNN, according to Travel and Leisure.
the Mayor adds that the city is far from being poor, since it provides the state with hydroelectric energy.