Neil Christie, owner of a Spanish village
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'I bought a whole Spanish village for 45,000 euros'

People in Spain are moving out of rural areas and into cities to seek work, leaving more than 3,000 villages deserted.

In an effort to re-populate rural communities, entire villages are being sold off at rock bottom prices, drawing buyers from overseas.

Wendy Urquhart reports.

  • 04 May 2013
  • From the section Europe
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