There were about 45 house numbers in Robidišče about 100 years ago. It is hard to imagine 300 people on the streets and ful school! Many of people have left after 1st World war and even more after the 2nd. Those were economical migrants. Life in this remote village has never been easy. Before the earthquake in 1976 there was still 30 people and all houses but only about 15 letf after the eartquake.
In 2000 first house was renovated. It was a good example for others, who have also started to renovate houses in recent years according to their will and plans. In 2006 one house was build completely from the beginning. This is the most prestige house in the village.
However, there are still many houses with this sad look, as they are saying: "Please, do someting with me! I can be very beautiful!" And the interest exist!!! A young couple wanted to move here, Inga was interested in placing a cultural centre here... and many others... But each of this house is owned by 20 and even more owners. And, according to our law, all of them have to agree if someone wants to do something or sell it.
I see only one solution: this law has to be changed. If a house is visible falling in ruins, a state should set the time limit to the owners. If nothing happens, there should be a auction. Money would go to the owners or in a special fundation for those who aren't here at the time.
Would that be a solution? Would that safe this frozen house?