The Palace in Azerbaijan

The private house of the former Secretary of Health Care of Azerbaijan 1

This is nothing but the private house of the former Secretary of Health Care of Azerbaijan (the former USSR republic). Two years ago he was sentenced to the five years of imprisonment with the confiscation of property. The reason was corruption. Together with the imprisonment he had to pay a compensation of $17 million which seemed not to be a big trouble for him.

Some pictures of the property after the jump.

The private house of the former Secretary of Health Care of Azerbaijan 2

The private house of the former Secretary of Health Care of Azerbaijan 3

The private house of the former Secretary of Health Care of Azerbaijan 4

The private house of the former Secretary of Health Care of Azerbaijan 5

The private house of the former Secretary of Health Care of Azerbaijan 6

The private house of the former Secretary of Health Care of Azerbaijan 7

The private house of the former Secretary of Health Care of Azerbaijan 8

The private house of the former Secretary of Health Care of Azerbaijan 9

The private house of the former Secretary of Health Care of Azerbaijan 10

The private house of the former Secretary of Health Care of Azerbaijan 11

The private house of the former Secretary of Health Care of Azerbaijan 12

The private house of the former Secretary of Health Care of Azerbaijan 13

The private house of the former Secretary of Health Care of Azerbaijan 14

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42 thoughts on “The Palace in Azerbaijan”

  1. Proves again that money can’t buy taste. Typical peasant dreams of glamour. Check http://www.lui.ru for similar ‘new russian’ taste.

  2. Nice place. They could definitely use a TruGreen franchise and a few Mexican lawn care workers in Russia. The lawn care people for this home must have been drinking Vodka…maybe they should switch to tequila and marijuana.

  3. Man, look at all of those canlights? Those things leak air like crazy and with all of the windows that home must cost a fortune to keep comfortable.

    • I forgot to mention all of those cathedral ceilings that probably don’t have any insulation. Actually, with the little space between the top plates and roof this home may not have any insulation at all.

      Any guesses on what this thing costs to air condition, heat and keep comfortable? I bet it runs close to $4,500 – $5,500/month. In any case, this home was designed very inefficiently and Russians think Americans use too much energy. Ha!

  4. Who cares about energy consumption in a country awash with oil? Especially if you are a health minister. In this republic mafia bosses would buy APC’s in Soviet times – so no wonder a health minister builds a palace like that.

  5. what heat bill are you talkin about, it’s cold there in winter, don’t u see palms in the background, and what’s up with enery eficient stuf, all you do is buit houses out of wood here, than put some 2inch brick around it and drywalls on the inside, and yu call it a house??? maybe you should go and check some ot the houses over there, which don’t require a/c to be cool in summer, and use big boiler rooms with steam in the winter ….

  6. Ha Ha! This place won’t impress me until I see things like a flatscreen next to his bathtub instead of a regular tv. What an amateur.

  7. This is also claimed to be the house of Mugabe, Sharukh Khan, and various others. See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhXxi4PcJaQ
    http://www.snopes.com/photos/architecture/mugabe.asp

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  10. That’s not really his palace, this is Waleed Bin Talal Daughter’s House.. I think.. well that’s what i saw on a documentary

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