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Jan 26, 2016
An expat who retired in Minturno, Italy says the people there are the most welcoming, friendly and accepting group she has ever met. She appreciates the low cost of living, beautiful weather, history and culture of Minturno.
What is the name of the city or town that you are reporting on?
How long have you lived there?
In terms of religious, racial, economic and cultural diversity, are the people of this city or town diverse? Are they accepting of differences? Describe.
Not diverse at all but the most friendly, accepting, welcoming group I've eve met.
What are the main industries in this city? What types of career opportunities commonly exist? How do most people find new jobs?
Government work and agriculture.
In general, what are peoples' priorities in this city? For example, do lives revolve around work, family, socializing, sports, etc.?
Family, food, church, beach, sports in that order.
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If a friend of yours was thinking of moving to this city or town from far away, what other advice would you give them.
It is a great spot to retire. Food, utilities and housing are cheap. The weather is great. I can't ask for more. Enjoy the history, culture and natural beauty of this diverse little slice of Italy.
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