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Brighton’s Royal Pavilion is the most eccentric ‘folly’ in the entire history of ‘royal follies.
It was built between 1787 and 1823 by the Prince Regent, later King George IV. The Royal Pavilion is the most extraordinary Orientalist ‘folly’ in the seaside town of Brighton. It was, and is, extravagant and crazy and completely exotic; and as such it has become a magnet for the most eccentric of street artists.
Tattoo parlours, body piercing, street musicians, hippy handcraft, East End geezers, Hare Krishna, afternoon tea, beer on the beach, vintage fashion, hen nights, dirty weekends with someone else’s wife or husband… it’s all part and parcel of Brighton. Watch the video here: http://bit.ly/1iJnsvL
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