The Royal Pavilion, Brighton

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Our Island's Story: The Sorry Reign of Gentleman George. The south coast resort of Brighton was a fishing village when King George IV decided to build a Royal Pavilion. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 1018 (12 September 1981). Originally published in black & white.

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