A luxury. Swimming pool, marble, gold and all sorts of amenities. So was the house of Aisha, the only daughter of Muammar Gaddafi of that now, after rebel siege in Tripoli, the Libyans have begun to know the details.
Located in the Fashloom district, east of Tripoli, her home has been dubbed by some as the "Palace of the prostitute," as published by The Times.
This is a three-story mansion, surrounded by a lush garden decorated with various sources. It also has an indoor pool, where some are still floating plastic toys that belonged to their children, gymnasium, guest house and a luxury kitchen.
"I can not believe that anyone living that way. Perhaps in Beverly Hills, but not in Libya," said one of the neighbors entered the house.
Inside, the house is decorated with lamps and luxurious whole floor is made of marble. Beneath a great staircase and famous sofa rests on a golden mermaid and Aisha's face.
Entering the master bedroom "you run out of air," says British newspaper reporter. In the center, a huge double bed, on which neighbors were quick to jump.
Aisha also enjoyed a dressing room and not enough to have one bathroom, but in herroom had two: one for men and one for women.
Before they started the riots in Libya, Aisha Gaddafi did not leave her house, did not speak with residents. her home was guarded 24 hours a day, Qaddafi ordered those windows to give the residence of her daughter were permanently closed, if residents do not want to face a prison sentence.
Now, on the walls of the mansion can read slogans such as "Libya is free" or "This house belongs to the people."