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The former home of the circus king, Ca’ d’Zan was once the residence of John Ringling, co-founder of the Ringling Bros. Circus, and his wife, Mable. Passed down to the State of Florida after his death in 1936, the 36,000 square-foot mansion is visited by thousands of people from around the world every year. Completed in 1926, at a cost of $1.5 million (equivalent to more than $20 million today), the iconic building was designed by famed architect Dwight James Baum. Sitting five-stories tall, the Venetian-inspired mansion has 41 rooms, 15 bathrooms and combines Mediterranean-revival style design and eclectic antique furnishings with all the modern conveniences of the early 20th century American home. Today, the museum is governed by Florida State University, giving visitors the chance to tour the opulent halls and beautiful gardens of one of America’s greatest architectural treasures.