Queen of Great Britain turns out to own luxury apartments in Moscow

Queen of Great Britain turns out to own luxury apartments in Moscow
Elizabeth II

Premises worth nearly $ 9.5 million are intended for Canadian officials.

Four apartments located not far from the apartments of billionaire Oleg Deripaska and ex-minister Mikhail Abyzov in Moscow turned out to be registered in the name of the Queen of Great Britain Elizabeth II. The total area of ​​the premises is 839 square meters, and their total cadastral value amounts to 540 million rubles ($ 8.5 million), while the market value is more than 580 million rubles ($ 9.1 million), the publication Baza writes.

The largest apartment (320 sq. m.) is owned by the government of Canada, the embassy of the country reported. “Canada is a constitutional monarchy, and the head of state is Queen Elizabeth II,” the diplomatic mission explained.

The apartments are located in a house with round-the-clock security and access control in the First Obydensky Lane, a 10-15 minute walk from the Canadian Embassy. The queen herself has never been in them, and visited Russia only once, in 1994. According to the diplomatic protocol, Elizabeth II cannot make a working visit to the same country twice, but this does not exclude an unofficial visit.

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