Italian Mayor Is Offering €2,000 To Anyone For Settling In This Small Town

6Terms and conditions

There are some terms and conditions which have to be fulfilled by the potential citizens such as they should be earning minimum 7,500 euros per annum, they have to take residency in Candela and rent a house in the town. Only if these conditions are fulfilled then only the interested people will be eligible for living in Candela.

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7This is what the right-hand man of Mayor says

Stefano Bascianelli, the right-hand man of the Mayor says that the council doesn’t want people just to roam around the town thinking that they will be able to live their life on the revenues of the town hall. All the residents should have proper job which pays them good income.

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8The new residents:

Six families have already settled in the town and it is being said that five more have applied for it. The janitor of the local school has also used the bonus for the purpose of getting his family move to Candela. The other new residents have set up a news stand.

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9Living in Candela

The photographer Francesco Delvecchio who earlier used to live in another part of Puglia has now shifted to Candela talks about the life in Candela. He says that life is very simple and quiet with almost no traffic. It is very easy to move around in the town and there is no crowd and no smog either.

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10Something about Candela

The original residents of Candela are very warm and they are very supportive of the newcomers who have shifted to the town. Candela is basically not a beach town but some of the famous beaches of Puglia can be reached after one-hour drive and a 35-centimeter wide alley which is known as Trasonna is fascinating the tourists. The locals are proud of Trasonna as it is the narrowest alley of Italy.

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