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Candela Town Paying People To Move There

The mayor of Italian town Candela is planning on paying people to movie there.

So, basically if you just want to leave everything behind and start over in a new place, here’s your once in a lifetime chance.

The mayor of İtaly Candela,Nicola Gatta, wants the small medieval town in Puglia to shine like it did in the 1990s, when more than 8,000 people lived here. Today, there are just 2,700 residents.

So, to recover the town’s lost grandeur, mayor Nicola Gatta is offering up to 2,000 euros ($2,350) to encourage people to relocate.

While talking to CNN Travel, he said, “I work each day with passion and commitment to bring Candela back to its ancient splendour. Up until the 1960s, travelers called it ‘Nap’licchie’ (Little Naples), for it streets full of wayfarers, tourists, merchants and screaming vendors.”

Since the town’s economy was in trouble, a lot of younger residents decided to leave in search of work.

Stefano Bascianelli, the mayor’s right-hand man, explained the whole thing and how it works. While 800 euros would be offered to a single person who willing to move to Candela, couples can get around 1,200 euros, and 1,500 to 1,800 euros for three-member families, and over 2,000 euros for families of four to five people. But, there are some requirements, for obvious reasons; to qualify for this cash incentive, one must movie to Candela and rent a house, and along with that, have a job with a salary of at least 7,500 euros per year.

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