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  • Kristina Herold

    Marble House, named for its 500,000 cubic feet of marble, is now a National Historic Landmark and continues to be a hallmark of wealth in America (Newport, RI)

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  • Sarah

    oooh pretty! i've been to one of the vanderbilt mansions, i think the biltmore estate!

  • Mikal *

    Me and Brandy always talk about going to Biltmore : ) You should look up Newport Mansions though. Marble House was supposed to be the cottage for William Vanderbilt's wife...nice cottage!

  • Sarah

    wow! now we have a new requirement. we need to find a man that will supply us with this!!! or at least one of us, and we can just share lol

  • Sofia Nicole

    Visited yesterday. Very beautiful.

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