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Some nice flowers, (hollyhocks and lupins) and the Royal Pavilion at Brighton.
Born Prince of Wales in 1762, George IV was the oldest son of George III. He rebelled against his strict upbringing, embarking on a life of drinking, womanising and gambling that scandalised the country and got him heavily into debt.
The Royal Pavilion began life as little more than a modest farmhouse, which George then Prince of Wales rented when he first began visiting Brighton in 1783. In 1787 he asked Henry Holland to create a classically styled villa on the site known as the Marine Pavillion. This was enlarged between 1815-1822 by John Nash and transformed into the present Pavilion.

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