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A Prince’s Treasure


21 September until Autumn 2021, Brighton Pavilion

The Royal Pavilion at Brighton was built in 1823 as the favourite seaside retreat of the Prince Regent, later George IV. While Buckingham Palace is undergoing maintenance, more than 120 decorative works originally made for the Prince will be displayed in their original Pavilion home – allowing visitors to see how the building’s interior once looked. A lover of the exotic, the Prince envisioned architecture inspired by India, with Chinese furnishings and decoration. Many of the objects in the exhibition have never been on public display before.

Brighton Pavilion’s Indian inspiration can be easily seen in its domes and minarets
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The 12th century can be seen as a pivotal moment in Japanese history, an era which saw beginning of the ascendancy of one of history’s most iconic warrior classes: the samurai. This month we explore the dramatic civil war that heralded their rise to power – and the formation of the first shōgunate. Plus: The black market for medieval relics, why the Wall St Crash of 1929 shook the world, how British humanitarian Nicholas Winton saved almost 700 children from the Nazis, the English pirate who inspired Captain Jack Sparrow, and more