The aircraft, an Airbus A340, was bought by Gaddafi in 2003, the dictator paid for it 73 million pounds. The plane interior looks the same luxury that Colonel Gaddafi was accustomed at home.
Designed by John Robert Nilsson, Abborrkroken, as he named his project, is situated on a rocky plateau 23 meter above the sea, in Stockholm County, Sweden.
Cartier unveiled this year at SIHH in Geneva, their new “mystery” watch: Rotonde de Cartier Mysterious Double Tourbillon.
Gold, marble and expensive TVs, indoor pools and sauna. All these items are present in the lavish homes of the Gaddafi family, reflecting their personal tastes.
Known for its limited series of watches, Tag Heuer recently ventured into the mobile phones space.
Designed by Portuguese architect Frederico Valsassina, this modern house is located in the residential Quinta Patino in Estoril, Portugal.
An abandoned church from Northern Ireland was purchased by a family in order to preserve its architecture.
Named after the French king, Henri IV Dudognon Heritage is one of the world’s most expensive cognac.
Considered by its architect the house with the largest sliding glass doors in the world, the house was designed to be a space for contemplation in the wilderness, far from the noise of London.
Inspired from the Enzo Ferrari and Millechili concept car, the design of Ferrari 458 Italia was made by Pininfarina.