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Royal Pavilion (Brighton, England)

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Corporate name headingRoyal Pavilion (Brighton, England)
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Variant(s)Marine Pavilion (Brighton, England)
See alsoPalaces--England
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Found inWork cat.: Dinkel, J. The Royal Pavilion at Brighton, 1986: p. 5 (the Royal Pavilion was originally a farmhouse rented by the Prince of Wales in 1786 and transformed over 35 years into a royal palace)
Royal Pavilion WWW Site, 27 June 2005: Architecture page (grew over 35 years from a simple farmhouse to a spectacular palace. In 1787 Henry Holland extended the original farmhouse into a neo-classical building known as the Marine Pavilion)
About Britain WWW Site, 27 June 2005: Royal Pavilion, Brighton page (sea-side residence, built for King George IV; originally a farmhouse, in 1787 architect Henry Holland created a neo-classical villa on the site. It was later transformed into its current Indian style between 1815 and 1822)