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  • Royal Pavilion
  • • The Royal Pavilion is a former royal residence located  in Brighton, England, The United Kingdom. It was built in three  campaigns, beginning in 1787, as a seaside retreat for George, prince  of wales, from 1811 Prince regent. It is often referred to as  the Brighton Pavilion. • The Royal Pavilion looks like a indian palace because it has strange  towers that are usual in indian architecture. 
  • We think that this place is very interesting because you can knowhow the king William the fourth lived here when he visited Brightonand there, you can discover how the places where rich people livedin this century wereIn the Royal Pavilon you can visit all the rooms, like in this photo.When you enter the people who work there give a very specialmobile phone which explains to you the meaning of all the roomsand their history. Nowadays is like a museum.
  • Last summer, we stayed there and our impression wasvery exciting because we haven´t seen anything like that before. We think that it´s an interesting and beautiful place, full of history and it is a cultural building that everybody has to visit because they can learn a lot of things about the typical customs of this era and this is extremely important for people´s culture.