Silvio Berlusconi swaps party palazzo in Rome for suburban peace and quiet

Silvio Berlusconi, Italy’s former prime minister, has decided to move out of his Rome townhouse where his notorious “bunga-bunga” parties were held and opt for a quieter life in the suburbs of the Italian capital.

Berlusconi, who is 83, hosted parties with various young women in his 16th century Palazzo Grazioli, which boasts a bed gifted by President Putin.

Palazzo Grazioli, the home of Berlusconi for some 25 years, was a place of decision making and political meetings of note, but also of infamous “elegant” dinners which caused a major political scandal over accusations of paying for sex with an underage prostitute.

Italian media has called his move from the central property the “end of an era”.

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