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moving to italy

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I must be totally mad but I have a plan and it this........im 46 and a uk resident and I have a plan to relocate to Italy {more than likely the Umbrian region} I'm after a long term rental property of about 300 euros per month for a 2 bed apartment now I'm arriving on my own after a recent breakup,,ive been to Italy many times north and south and my Italian is very basic,,,, I am on long term disability benefit which gives me a income of 1000 euros a month, I would like to live in Italy full time......is this possible? ,if not why not ? if it is possible,could I make it work etc?

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