The reason for the generous sale is to rejuvenate the city's population, which soon risks becoming a "ghost." Over the past half-century, the population of Ollolaya has declined from 2,250 to 1,300 people, and each year only a few children were born.
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To survive, the local shepherds continue to produce exquisite sheep cheese Casu Fiore Sardo, which is known in the area, and artisans still weave baskets. The city authorities contacted the former homeowners - shepherds, farmers and artisans - and asked them to sign an agreement on the transfer of local buildings to the city department.
Despite the poor conditions, three houses have already been sold, and the mayor says that he received more than 100 applications from around the world, including Russia and Australia. The mayor hopes that repair of houses will help create new jobs and revive the local economy.
An acute shortage of residents is now observed in many Spanish villages - especially in Catalonia.
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