Sabrina Sato explains if there is a house for sale for one euro in Italy
Imagine you bought a house in Europe for 1 euro, which is about 6 Brazilian reals, and there is a video posted on social media saying this is possible. Sabrina Sato investigated what is true and what is exaggerated about these Internet posts. Does she have a new home in Italy? I want to see this!
Sabrina Sato went to Limosano after seeing some videos on social media, such as that of Brazilian Paula Magalhaes. The architect from Mato Grosso do Sul posted one such video of herself celebrating when she got the key to her house.
“It is a historical center that is more than a thousand years old. And then, I think around 1900 or so, everyone started leaving here. “So, the city council decided to create this one-euro houses program so that it could invite other people to come here and live.” , says the architect.
Sabrina Sato: How many families live here in the historic center?
Sabrina Sato: But how many houses are there here?
Paula: Two hundred.
Several people participated in a swimming pool located in a luxury hotel in the Dolomites. The structure is built 20 meters above the ground.
Sabrina went with culinary consultant Stephanie Gray to the oldest restaurant in Rome to learn how Italians eat pasta.
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