King Mohammed VI of Morocco acquires an 80 million euro pied-à-terre in Paris (photos)
Sylvie Claire / October 13, 2020
A big fan of the French capital, the King of Morocco has offered himself an impressive pied-à-terre with an area of 1080 square meters near the Trocadéro, a stone's throw from the Eiffel Tower. A palace estimated at 80 million euros reveals the website of Africa Intelligence.
This acquisition was signed on July 28, 2020. This mansion belonged to a Saudi prince. This is not the first property that the King of Morocco owns in Paris. In 1972, King Hassan bought the castle of Betz located 75 kilometers from Paris. The sovereign's 3 sisters and his mother already live in Paris. The King has a new home for when he visits them.
Ironically, on July 29, one day after offering himself to this new palace, the King of Morocco, Mohammed VI held the throne speech for his people in which he explained that he was aware "that the coronavirus crisis "deeply affected the income of families". He urged "every citizen to observe exemplary and responsible civic behavior ».