Buckingham Palace, UK is one of the most valuable palaces in the world.
It is worth $5.04 billion (£3.84bn). Queen Elizabeth II’s London residence dates from the 17th century and boasts 775 opulent rooms, 40 acres of grounds and plenty of luxury amenities, which include a swimming pool and stable block.
The fantastically ornate state rooms are sumptuous and suitably palatial, decorated with antique furnishings and art pieces, while the Queen’s Gallery exhibits 450 super-valuable paintings at any one time.
Top real estate firm Foxtons valued Buckingham Palace at $2.89bn (£2.2bn) based on its size alone. If you factor in $2.15 billion (£1.64bn) for the artworks, antique furniture, luxury amenities, and so on, the palace is likely to be worth around $5.04 billion (£3.84bn).