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The Real Cost of Jabba The Hutt's Palace


Now who would live in a place like this?

Well, a slug-like alien crime boss going by the name of Jabba The Hutt would. And only a crime boss would be able to afford to live in such an opulent location as Jabba's Palace (technically Hutt Castle, if you're keeping it formal).

Movoto.com have done the sums and worked out that Jabba's pad would cost an enormous $44.7m (£26.5m) - or 72m Galactic Credits if you're keeping it Star Wars.

Check out the infographic below for the full story - he'd probably just about get a garage in central London for that.

(Images: Movoto.com/Allstar)



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