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Britain’s Treasures

The Prince of Wales wanted something bold and spectacular when he built a pleasure palace in the seaside town of Brighton, and that is exactly what he got

ROYAL PAVILION Brighton, East Sussex

ROYAL PAVILION & MUSEUMS, BRIGHTON & HOVE X3, ALAMY X2, GETTY X2

JEWEL IN THE CROWN

The Indian-inspired pavilion was originally a simple farm house that George, Prince of Wales, rented in 1786 as a discreet location to meet with his mistress, Maria Fitzherbert. He commissioned its redevelopment the following year, with the domes and minarets added in 1815.

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This is the December 2017 issue of History Revealed.