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MINISTER OF DEVELOPMENT AND TOURISM
LUCA DA FRE
Luca Da Fre was born in Turin, Piedmont (Italy) on August 12, 1963, where he still lives today.
After compulsory studies, he graduated obtaining the Surveyor Diploma.
Married, he has two children.
Self-employed, Luca Da Fre is enrolled in the College of Graduate Surveyors of the Province of Turin.
He is also Technical Consultant of the Court of Turin and Provincial Councilor of ANACI (National Association of Condominium and Real Estate Administrators) of Turin and its province.
Provincial Councilor of Federalberghi Torino, he is also a member of the Executive Board.
After obtaining the Diploma and obtaining the qualification to the Free Profession, Da Fre dedicated himself to the design and construction of buildings.
Following in the footsteps of the family, over time he has directed his job specificity in the management administration of the buildings, leading to the management of about 45,000 real estate units.
At the beginning of 1980, with the aim of diversifying family investments, Luca Da Fre explored new investment prospects in the tertiary sector, with the acquisition of real estate and the direct management of hotels.
His hotel business is mainly concentrated in the city of Turin and its province, with the acquisition of the following hotels:
– Hotel Diplomatic, prestigious charming hotel, located in an elegant historic building in a central position in Turin.
– Hotel Miramonti, hotel for business and families, located in the central area of Turin.
– Hotel Residence Villa Glicini, a large hotel complex with an adjoining prestigious spa, built from a beautiful Villa from the 1700s, then owned by the Marquis Maffei di Boglio, located in San Secondo di Pinerolo (Province of Turin – Italy).
The Hotel Residence Villa Glicini is also the official Grange of the Order Pauperes Commilitones Christi Templique Salomonis – V.E.O.S.P.S.S. – MCXVIII.
– Grand Hotel La Torre, luxury structure with wellness center and spa, built in 1937 by the Turin businessman Gianni Agnelli (owner of the FIAT car manufacturer), located in the ski resort of Sauze d’Oulx (Province of Turin).
In 2012, he acquired the historic Grand Hotel & Des Anglais, a charming period hotel (the hotel structure dates back to the “belle époque” period of the late 1800s), located in Sanremo (Liguria – Italy), the city famous for its Italian Song Festival.
The Grand Hotel & Des Anglais has hosted internationally renowned clients such as the English Prime Minister Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, the Italian poet Gabriele d’Annunzio, Prince of Montenevoso, the Italian poet Carlo Alberto Camillo Mariano Salustri, known as Trilussa, the Italian inventor Guglielmo Marconi, the French President Alexandre Millerand, the English Count David Lloyd-George of Dwyfor, the Italian Prime Minister Francesco Saverio Vincenzo de Paola Nitti.
The Grand Hotel & Des Anglais is also the official Grange of the Order Pauperes Commilitones Christi Templique Salomonis – V.E.O.S.P.S.S. – MCXVIII.
In 2015, Luca Da Fre took care of the well-being of people, building and managing a futuristic wellness center, the Glicini Sport Center, located in San Secondo di Pinerolo.
In 2016, he became Knight of the Order Pauperes Commilitones Christi Templique Salomonis – V.E.O.S.P.S.S. – MCXVIII.
In 2017, he acquired an important fitness and wellness center in San Fermo della Battaglia (Province of Como – Lombardy – Italy), the Eracle Sports Center.
In June 2019, Luca Da Fre became a citizen of the Templar Nation.
On January 14, 2020 he was appointed Minister of Development and Tourism of the Templar Nation.
The Turkish Council of State canceled Ataturk’s 1934 decree that turned Hagia Sophia into a museum.
08/07/2020: Appointment as Knight of the Star of Italy for the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Templar Nation Antonio Awana Gana Costantini Picardi
The appointment was delivered today to the Minister by the Ambassador of Italy in Monaco.
05/07/2020: COVID-19, President Bonsi supports UN resolution and asks for global ceasefire for humanitarian reasons
The resolution was unanimously adopted by the 15 members of the Peace and Security Council.