Graceland goes to Denmark

What is being described as an "exact replica" of Elvis Presley's Memphis home Graceland will be built in Randers, Denmark, as part of the Presley museum there, the New York Times reports.

The town already sports a Presley museum that draws 25,000 visitors a year. The town's tourism bureau estimates the new attraction will draw 75,000 to 125,000 gawkers a year.

Elvis bought the original Graceland on the Bluff City's Highway 51 (now Elvis Presley Boulevard) in 1957; he died in the bathroom of the estate 20 years later.

But will the Danish model include a Hamlet Room?

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