What's it like to visit a rural European village whose people have been living in the same squalid hole for thousands of years?
My village has only 122 inhabitants, and a density of 7,2 inhabitants/km2 . I love it
It does. In Spain too, even especially in Spain.
Germany, France, parts of Italy and the Balkans are full of old as fuck villages where people might have been living literally since humanity settled there with occasional abandoning, pillage and stuff but people often return.
Reasons for that are plenty. Fertile ground, naturally inaccesible, proximity of water, not urbanized and inherited through generations. Those things were the same requirements always.
Now we have roads and electricity, but the village always was and always will be unaffected by the politics and changes much.
We have plenty of such villages. Nothing ever happens there.
Everything is calm and boring. Green landscape. White people.
Everyone knows each other and new people get looked at.
They also don't talk to strangers out of themselves. Not even in a social setting.
>All that outdoors
>Comfy ass looking village
>you'll never be white old man in netherland villages, sitting alone on a rocking chair in your own perch while watching ducks and listening the sound of clean ditch stream
Such places exist everywhere in Balkans and eastern Europe, nothing much happens what do you expect, human sacrifices? My grandpa in his village once kept 20 pigs, we are then all over a 5 year period
Too comfy for words to describe.
Heaven on earth