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Monday, December 18, 2017

Saudi Prince Who Bought World's Most Expensive Home Was The Buyer Of Da Vinci's $450million Artwork.

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has been revealed as the buyer of a French chateau that became the world's most expensive property when it sold for $300million in 2015.





The owner of the palace - which features a wine cellar, home theatre and moat filled with koi carp - was kept hidden at the time behind a series of shell companies based in France and Luxembourg.


But an investigation by the New York Times has found that the companies are all owned by Eight Investment Company, a Saudi firm managed by the head of the prince's personal foundation. Advisers to the Saudi royal family confirmed to the Times that the palace ultimately belongs to Salman.


The prince was also behind the recent purchase of Leonardo Da Vinci's Salvator Mundi which became the most expensive artwork ever sold when it swapped hands for $450million earlier this month, the Times believes.

17 comments:

  1. Their motive of buying and occupying Europe gradually. See money but all na vanity

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    1. Money speaks.

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  2. Wow $450 million for artwork? Wow! Papa God abeg remember your daughter o

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  3. Hmmmmmm, I need this! Santa where are you?


    ... Jesus is my worth!

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  4. Please I need this man's number. Somebody should tell him I am in love with him oooooo. All this money for only 1 person hmmmm..there is God.

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  5. Na this kind person suppose play Santa for us na,lol!

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  6. Choiiiiii God bless bless me more, Amen!!!

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  7. Dear Crown Prince,

    Please come & buy Rochas Okorocha's bronze statues. They're priceless. The statues will give you more happiness & fulfilment...

    Thank you...

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  8. Nigerians worship money! Repent

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  9. When money talks people listen..
    So much money..

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  10. Money, Money, Money. God ,please, I want to be wealthy. Father, bless my hustle. CherishD.

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