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10 of the world's most exclusive members clubs

By Michele Koh Morollo, for CNN
updated 12:36 AM EDT, Thu August 28, 2014
<strong>Fees: </strong>Undisclosed.
King Edward VII went pigeon shooting here. The club provides its members with first class social and sporting facilities.
However, you'll probably have to wait 15 years for a current member to resign or pass on before you can become a non-voting member, then another 15 years before being considered for voting membership. Fees: Undisclosed. King Edward VII went pigeon shooting here. The club provides its members with first class social and sporting facilities. However, you'll probably have to wait 15 years for a current member to resign or pass on before you can become a non-voting member, then another 15 years before being considered for voting membership.
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The Hurlingham Club (London)
The Clubhouse (Buenos Aires)
Kee Club (Hong Kong)
Roppongi Hills Club (Tokyo)
Blacks (London)
Capital Club (Dubai, U.A.E.)
The Club at The Ivy (London)
Silencio (Paris)
Cercle de Lorraine (Brussels, Belgium)
CORE (New York)
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