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The most luxurious mansions in the world

Espresso Logo By Martin Morin of Espresso | Slide 2 of 51: The Vanderbilt family, who made their fortune in steamships and trains, had this 70-room residence built to replace an earlier home that had been destroyed in a fire. The Italian Renaissance architecture brings to mind palaces found in Genoa and Turin.

The Breakers, Newport, Rhode Island (United States)

The Vanderbilt family, who made their fortune in steamships and trains, had this 70-room residence built to replace an earlier home that had been destroyed in a fire. The Italian Renaissance architecture brings to mind palaces found in Genoa and Turin.

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