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Built in 1868, the villa has been home to aristocrats from Napoleon III’s widow, Eugenie, to an Egyptian pasha, and the remarkable staff sustain this noble aura with warmth and professionalism.
Plenty of people worry this generation is a bunch of boring snowflakes, doughy pashas who’ll never know how to make pillows look like a sleeping body and slip out the window.
The intimate, seven-room Riad Star channels the spirit of the Jazz Age: Josephine Baker lived here for two years in the 1940s at the invitation of Thami El Glaoui, the pasha of Marrakech (hmm) (riadstar.com).
By 1960, Lewis was a millionaire many times over and lived like a pasha.
This grand ex-pasha's mansion is now a minimal-chic bolthole with a commanding position in the continent-straddling capital of Turkey.
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Origin and Etymology of pasha
First Known Use: 1648See Words from the same year
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