Similar announcements were made this year by the authorities of the Cinquefrondi commune in the Calabria region and the Bisaccia commune in the Campania region.
In southern Italy, the administration of the city of Taranto has opened the sale of seven abandoned houses at a price of one euro. This was reported on the website of the city hall on Tuesday, August 18.
It is noted that the purchase of houses involves their complete reconstruction in accordance with the norms of environmental friendliness and energy saving.
According to local media reports, all seven properties are located in the old historic part of the port city, whose history dates back to the 9th century BC.
Many Italian and foreign investors have already shown interest in the proposal. The Taranto administration is ready to consider reconstruction projects, said Mayor Rinaldo Melucci.
Earlier this year in Italy, the authorities of the communes of Cinquefrondi in the Calabria region and Bisaccia in the Campania region announced their readiness to sell houses for one euro.