'The Saloon As It Is To-Day', 1939. The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Sussex, is a former royal residence dating from 1787, and was a seaside retreat for the Prince Regent (later King George IV). Starting in 1815, the original house was extended by architect John Nash, who added exotic domes and minarets in the Indo-Saracenic style. From A History of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, by Henry D. Roberts. [Country Life Limited, London, 1939]
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