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Brazil’s president moves out of official residence because of ‘ghosts’

The Alvorada Palace in Brasilia is the official residence of Brazil's president.
The Alvorada Palace in Brasilia is the official residence of Brazil’s president.

Brazil’s president has moved out of his official residence in the capital, Brasilia, because of “bad energy” and the presence of ghosts.

Michel Temer, 76, and his 33-year-old wife Marcela, a former beauty queen, have decamped from the modernist palace and moved into a smaller residence, normally occupied by Brazil’s vice-president.

He said he and his wife did not like the atmosphere of the Alvorada Palace, which was designed by the country’s most famous architect, Oscar Niemeyer.

Brazilian president Michel Temer has moved out of the official presidential residence in Brasilia because of 'bad energy' and even ghosts.
Brazilian president Michel Temer has moved out of the official presidential residence in Brasilia…

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