Russian Pharaoh Puts His Apartment to Sale

Just an apartment of an ordinary Moscow pharaoh living in Khamovniki district, who decided to get rid of his “pyramid” for 150 000 000 rubles ($1,937,250,00).

h/t: englishrussia

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