The Royal Pavilion
The Royal Pavillion began life as little more than a' farmhouse' which George, Prince of Wales, rented when he first began to visiting Brighton in 1783. He enjoyed the informal atmosphere of the town and in 1787 he asked Henry Holland to create a classically styled villa on the site, known as the Marine Pavilion. From 1802 the interiors were decorated in the Chinese taste. In 1811 George became Prince Regent and soon after this, between 1815-1822. John Nash enlarged the villa and transformed…
In May 1997 tours of Brighton's famous West Pier were held as part of Brighton Festival. Here history writer Peter Chrisp shares his photos and memories of the pier as it stood then, before it was destroyed by fire in 2003.
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England Travel Inspiration - Brighton pavilion spires: The Royal Pavilion is a former royal residence. It is often referred to as the Brighton Pavilion and was built by the British in the Indo-Saracenic style prevalent in India for most of the 19th century