What materials were used to build the white house?
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The White House was built with a variety of materials, including sandstone, marble, and copper. The exterior walls are made of white-painted Aquia Creek sandstone, and the interior walls are constructed of gray Maryland marble. The roof is covered in copper, and the trim is painted wood.