Silvio Berlusconi's five children have
decided to sell some of the properties that belonged to the
ex-premier and media magnate, who died on June 12, ANSA sources
said on Saturday.
For example, Berlusconi's heirs have given a mandate to sell Villa Gernetto, an 18th-century building at Lesmo, in the Province of Monza and Brianza, where the ex-premier wanted to set up a 'university of free thought'.
The family, however, have no intention of selling the late billionaire's main home, Villa San Martino at Arcore, near Milan, the sources said.
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