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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie bought a summer house in Santorini

03 July 2010 / 08:07:34  GRReporter
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No financial crisis or riots scare the star couple Brangelina, who bought a small estate on the famous Greek island of the sunset Santorini. The new investment of the Hollywood family costs about 5.5 million euros and spreads on an area of 14 hectares. The summer house has two swimming pools, an open-air cinema and a helicopter landing place. According to the information in Greek lifestyle magazine Espresso, the new owners have ordered the construction of children's amusement park, in which their six (for the moment) children will have fun during their stay there.

Greek television Star announced that the villa was owned by a Greek millionaire who decided to sell the property. During the Cannes Film Festival Brad and Angelina visited Santorini to look at the available properties and fell in love with the specific location. The design of the villa is a classic island style which Santorini is known for, decorated in blue and white. It was built of black volcanic stone typical for the island and it is located in the picturesque area Iya.

The crystal clear waters of the volcanic island captived the heart of Angelina Jolie even during the filming of the second part of the movie Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life. At that time the beautiful Jolie was still a single mother of her first adopted child Maddox, who she "finds" during filming in Cambodia of Tomb Raider Part I. In the film which led her on the Greek island the sweet actress plays a deadly beautiful archaeologist named Lara Croft, who defeats the bad guys, while she stubles across various historical treasures and save the world. In Greece people hope that the new acquisition of the Hollywood couple would give a new impetus to tourism, which recently suffered a big hit because of the internal financial problems and the poor image of the country in the foreign media.

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