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Biltmore Estate reflected in lagoon.<br />
In the late 1800s, George W. Vanderbilt sought the advice of Frederick Law Olmsted, the country’s preeminent landscape designer, to help him with an appropriate design to complement the French Renaissance-style château he was building in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The resulting Biltmore Estate is a masterpiece and enjoyed by nearly one million visitors each year.
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Biltmore Estate reflected in lagoon.
In the late 1800s, George W. Vanderbilt sought the advice of Frederick Law Olmsted, the country’s preeminent landscape designer, to help him with an appropriate design to complement the French Renaissance-style château he was building in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The resulting Biltmore Estate is a masterpiece and enjoyed by nearly one million visitors each year.
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