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French intellectual puts Tangier mansion up for sale at 6m euros

Renown interior designer Andrée Putman took almost five years to renovate the villa

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Mr Levy said he bought the villa in 2000, when he came across the house, and "it was the most magical spot in Tangier". "It's at the top of a cliff, in front of Gibraltar, at the precise point where the Atlantic and Mediterranean meet." 

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BERNARD-HENRI Lévy, a French public intellectual, was catapulted to fame in 1977 for his book attacking France's Marxist left, Barbarism With a Human Face.

He has since capitalised on that notoriety, publishing dozens of books, writing and directing movies, and regularly

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