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In Istanbul for sale, the mansion where once lived a well-known journalist Ali Kemal, great — grandfather of the new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson. Reported by the Daily Sabah.
The building with 23 bedrooms and eight bathrooms, was estimated at 550 million Turkish liras, or more than six billion rubles.
Built on the banks of the Bosphorus, the estate was originally designed by the Turkish field Marshal Zeki Pasha party the Balkan wars and the First world war on the side of the Ottoman Empire. Subsequently, in the mansion lived in by different people, including Ali Kemal, a Turkish journalist and politician, in the period from March to June of 1919 held the post of Minister of internal Affairs of the Ottoman Empire.
Kemal — grandfather on the paternal side the Turkish diplomat Selim Kuneralp and British politician Stanley Johnson. The latter is the father of Boris Johnson, on 24 July of the current year took the post of Prime Minister of great Britain.
For sale house in Istanbul is one of the most expensive in the world. In addition, it is the largest mansion on the shores of the Bosphorus. The building in the second half of the XIX century was designed by Alexander Vallery — revered at the time of the Franco-Turkish architect.
In the race for the post of Prime Minister Boris Johnson has bypassed the foreign Minister of the UK, Jeremy hunt. After winning, the politician said that he intends to charge the country with energy and to unite it, and to hold a Brexit.
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