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Royal Pavilion Brighton. Originally a modest lodging house for Prince Regent (George IV), the building was transformed into the Marine Pavilion in 1787 by Henry Holland. In 1815, the famous regency architect John Nash began transforming the Pavilion into the oriental style Royal Pavilion we know today.


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Basildon Park - built for Sir Francis Sykes who died before he could see it fully completed. Work began on the building in 1776.

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Somerset House. It's foundations were laid in 1776 and the building was generally completed in 1780.

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Façade of Charlotte Square in Edinburgh. Robert Adam produced a plan in 1791 of the square and it was commissioned by Edinburgh Council. The Square was built by Thomas Russell in 1796.

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