Fausto Mottalini lives like a hermit in Sostila, northern Italy, where he is the only inhabitant. “We should all learn to be alone to really discover who we are,” the 69-year-old says. Fausto Mottalini lives like a hermit in Sostila, northern Italy, where he is the only inhabitant. “We should all learn to be alone to really discover who we are,” the 69-year-old says.
Fausto Mottalini lives like a hermit in Sostila, northern Italy, where he is the only inhabitant. “We should all learn to be alone to really discover who we are,” the 69-year-old says.

Italy

Self-isolation tips from a 21st century hermit in ‘ghost’ village in the Alps, where for 14 years he has been the only resident

  • ‘Things haven’t changed for me … I’m free to go out whenever I want,’ says Italian who’s the lone resident of a remote village in coronavirus-hit Lombardy
  • He says people in lockdown with only themselves for company should use the time to consider their actions, and how they can improve their existence

Topic |   Italy
Fausto Mottalini lives like a hermit in Sostila, northern Italy, where he is the only inhabitant. “We should all learn to be alone to really discover who we are,” the 69-year-old says. Fausto Mottalini lives like a hermit in Sostila, northern Italy, where he is the only inhabitant. “We should all learn to be alone to really discover who we are,” the 69-year-old says.
Fausto Mottalini lives like a hermit in Sostila, northern Italy, where he is the only inhabitant. “We should all learn to be alone to really discover who we are,” the 69-year-old says.
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