Jacques Brel and his secret home of the French Riviera

In the 60s, Jacques Brel has hidden his forbidden love with his mistress, Sylvie Rivet, in a house in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, on the edge of the Mediterranean. This is where he wrote some of his most beautiful songs like “Amsterdam”, “Matilda” and “The flat country”. The new owner, an Italian, wanted to keep the soul of the house and of the great artist who has occupied.

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