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Located in Memphis, Elvis Presley’s former home, Graceland, is the second most visited home in the United States, behind the White House. The 17,552-square-foot Colonial Revival-style mansion has a total of 23 rooms, including eight bathrooms and bedrooms. Presley purchased Graceland in 1957 for $102,500 and called it home until his death in 1977. Today you can visit his grave, which is located on the premises, and tour his wildly decorated home, including a bedroom with an indoor swimming pool and a “jungle room” decorated with shag carpeting and Polynesian furnishings, and explore an extensive collection of Elvis memorabilia, including many of his outfits and guitars.
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