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Visoko na vrhu litice s pogledom na prostrani zaljev prazan brodarstvom, zahvaljujući udaljenoj milji širokoj zoni izuzeća koju je nametnuo njen autokratski vlasnik, kroz šumski zaslon proviruje gigantska blistava palača sagrađena prema smiješnom ispraznom slavu jednog čovjeka. 


Slide 2 of 10: Were it a film set, this might be the lair of a Bond baddie or the hideaway of a megalomaniac out to rule the world. But this is no Hollywood dream-factory confection but rather, according to pictures leaked online, the home of Vladimir Putin, a sprawling pleasure palace which has slowly taken shape amid great secrecy on a peninsular jutting out into the Black Sea coast, not far from the resort town of Gelendzhik in southern Russia. Bigger than Buckingham Palace, grander than Versailles, it dwarfs in scale the comparable home of any other global leader. But in its extravagance it mirrors the remarkable rise and rise of President Putin who, in little more than three decades, has transformed himself from impecunious KGB officer to become — reputedly — one of the richest men in the world with a fortune of £160 billion ($218 billion).

(Daily Mail)

Godinama je ‘živjeti kao kraljevska obitelj’ fraza kojom su obični ljudi usmjeravali svoje zavisti i ambicije. Ali ovo ogromno, nadrealno zdanje, koje se roji na više od 190.000 kvadratnih metara, izvan je zabluda veličine čak i najluđih stečenih monarha. 

Slide 4 of 10: Publication has caused a sensation. The video was viewed more than 20 million times in under 24 hours. Navalny’s team says they produced their 3D images from blueprints from disgruntled contractors. They show palatial interiors of gold, marble and bespoke furniture of elaborate detail. According to Navalny, the construction costs have, so far, reached a staggering £1 billion — and all of it, he alleges, financed with illicit funds provided by Mr Putin’s cronies and inner circle. Navalny was arrested this week after returning to Russia following treatment in Germany for poisoning by the deadly nerve agent Novichok last summer.


Po veličini i raskoši čine da domovi naše kraljevske porodice izgledaju pozitivno omanji i nenapušteni - i to prije nego što bacimo pogled na ključanicu. Jer iznutra se nalazi hram gizdave vulgarnosti i spomenik lošem ukusu novca koji ne prigovara.

Slide 5 of 10: He said of his investigation: ‘It tells how, right now and for the past 15 years, the biggest bribe in history is being given and the most expensive palace in the world is being built.’ Palace, in fact, barely does this giant complex justice. ‘It is an entire city, or rather a kingdom,’ Navalny declares in his video. ‘It has impregnable fences, its own port, its own security, a church, a no-fly zone and even its own border checkpoint.’ Rather, he says, ‘it is like a separate state inside Russia’. And in this state there is a single and unchanging ruler, or as he puts it more bluntly, ‘Tsar Putin’. Pictured: A artists' impression of a luxurious bathroom in Putin's palace.


Slide 7 of 10: The ground floor opens on to huge entertaining spaces. It includes a casino, an electric car-racing track, arcade machines, a theatre and stage that wouldn’t look out of place in the West End, a darkened space called a hookah room where guests could share flavored tobacco and which also contains a lap-dancing pole. There is also a library and a ‘musical living room’. Alighting on the first floor, visitors would find the guest bedrooms and an enormous master bedroom with its huge canopied four-poster bed and an adjoining bathroom of marbled splendor. ‘You can’t call it a bedroom,’ says the dossier. ‘Here everything is like in the most aristocratic houses in Europe.’ One colossal room leads to another.

(Alexei Navalny: Youtube)

Slide 8 of 10: Then there is the decoration — stucco, gold leaf gilding and inlaid marquetry everywhere as well as the ornate Italian furniture. According to Navalny’s dossier, the furnishings include a £200,000 ($273,679) leather sofa — more than the average price of a two-bedroom flat in Russia. ‘Vladimir Vladimirovich (Putin) turned out to be a great lover of sofas,’ said Navalny. ‘There are 47 of them in his palace. I wonder if he sits on them all or just on the most expensive ones?’



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