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Other Famous Homes of Great Britain and Their Stories Other Famous Homes of Great Britain and Their Stories by Alfred Henry Malan. Publication date Publisher English.
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Nevertheless, most of them still enjoy the opulent lifestyles their predecessors were accustomed to—complete with servants and all the conveniences afforded to the highest-ranking peer of the realm. Take a peek at the lives of these dukes by visiting these 28 homes they own.
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