What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

Last time we got a chance to visit the house of the President of Tajikistan. Let’s see what the residence of the Ukrainian President looks like today.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

The grand estate occupies an area of 136 hectares and embraces several building complexes. Apart from the closed residence intended for the sole use of Mr. President, the territory has several glamourous houses for guests, a few swimming pools, tennis courts, bowling alleys and a real Russian bath.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

It is a golf club. The field will be intended for playing gold and will contain an auxiliary building and a club.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

Three paddling pools with fountains and an island are located on the territory.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

This administrative complex is intended for house-parties. It consists of 5 floors 3 of which are wooden whereas the rest 2 are made of stone. For the first time the place was mentioned by Mr. President in his conversation with representatives of German authorities as the house was built by a German company that had won the tender for its construction and, according to local press, used very expensive component parts.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

According to Kyiv Post, the hall is decorated with a chrystal candelabrum the weight and cost of which accounted for 8 kg and 45 000 US dollars, respectively. Similar glamorous illumination can be found only in the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Moscow and in the Kremlin. The cost of the lavatory furnishing constituted 350 000 Euros. An engolden shower mixer with large Swarovski crystals set them back 2000-4000 Euros, wood for stairs furnishing – 200 000 US dollars, columns for the entrance hall – 325 000 US dollars and other wooden details for a ceiling – 62 000 US dollars.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

How do you like the grotto and the waterfall?

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

Water filters.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

Bath and health complex.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

Sports club.

 

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

President often invites journalists to the place. The territory was rented first and bought out later in 2008. He refused to name the sum that was spent but complained that he had to sell almost all items of immovable property that belonged to him and was located in Donetsk and Kiev.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

A turf club.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

Administrative building.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

Yacht-club.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

President prefers eating vegetables grown at his own greenhouses.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

Guest house.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

Helicopter ground.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

President’s own house situated on the area of 1.7 hectares.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

Turf club.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

The area is adjacent to some territory which as it is said is used by other entrepreneurs. However, the areas are not separated from each other.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

This house belongs to Julia Timoschenko. She says she rents the house.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

That’s what the territory looked like before the construction was started.

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?

Location: Mezhigoriye

 

20 thoughts on “What Does It Mean To Live Like A President?”

    • It does not imply who paid for this but it seems evident that is was not paid for by taxes not every country is like the US where the leaders home is paid for by tax dollars he paid for it it says that he had to sell most of his own assets to buy it.

      I am sure that certain things related to security are paid for and that makes sense.

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  1. Sorry but the whole place looks fake and unlovely. There is no unifying theme to the various buildings. They give me a stomach ache.

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    • I have nothing against anyone who makes their fortune with integrity and honesty. Unfortunately it seems that only applies to a few in this world. Morality is sorely lacking in humanity.

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  2. I know nothing about this man, except that he is a politician. If he earned his money, good for him. If he stole his money… it’s up to his people to decide.

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    • Well considering the whole President Yushchenko dioxin poisoning attempt on his life, it might not be such a great job? Being President of Ukraine has it’s shortcomings. Like powerful people wanting you dead.

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  3. Waow ! Being a président of a democraty isn’t supposed to be just a job the people let you do ?
    Why does he need all this wealth ? petrohof is right : “it’s good to be the king”. Ridiculously “nouveau riche”.

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