The former dwelling Mansion of Belgium's King Leopold II, the man who killed over ten million Africans in Congo is now for sale
The former mansion of Belgium's King Leopold II, the man who masterminded the killing of over 10 million Africans in Congo by tieing the testicles of men, cutting off the hands and limbs of children, women, and made people homeless by burning down their huts is for sale in Côte d'Azur, in France.
Villa Les Cèdres, the name of the mansion of 'Idi Amin of Belgium,' has a botanical garden with 20,000 plant species and is recognized as cultural patrimony. The mansion which is at the cost 300 million Euros is likely to be the most expensive house ever sold, according to the report.
The location of the mansion, according to the report is between the peninsula of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat near Nice, one of the most exclusive locations in Europe, occupied by new wealthy neighbors such as Paul Allen, the co-founder of software giant Microsoft.
Do know that you are buying a piece of unadulterated history? The villa was built in 1870 in 1904 and purchased by Leopold II for his lover Blanche Delacroix, writes the report, but failed to mention the heinous crime this madman committed in Africa because that wouldn't be a good marketing strategy.
Under his impulse, the place was transformed into a park with a botanical garden of 14 acres, 25 heated greenhouses, and 20,000 plant species, by the French Government. It has also a banquet hall, winter garden, stables, and Chapel.
Victims of mad king Leopold's brutalities in Congo
The question is who will be interested in buying the mansion of a man worse than Adolf Hitler? It may be likely that mansion is haunted because of the number of innocent people this man slaughtered in cold blood in Africa and the worse of all is the streets named after him and a statue to his honour. I wish the buyer a good luck.