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Sunday, January 22, 2012

Brighton Royal Pavilion

An outstanding tourist attraction in Brighton is the Royal Pavilion, a grandiose palace built in the late 1700s by the future King George IV, son and Regent of the Mad King George III. The building looks like an Indian palace on the outside and has some stunning chinoiseries on the inside.

Too bad they don't allow photography inside, because in this drawing you can't really appreciate the colors and the immense dragon holding the chandelier.

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