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Brighton England


Brighton is on the south coast of England and is often a popular day trip for people visiting London. It features several attractions from a pebble beach to an illustrious palace known as the Royal Pavilion, which was largely influenced by Eastern architecture from India and China. Walk along Brighton Pier for arcades, rides and food, including several places selling the "fish n chips" so equated with England.

The city is known for its active nightlife and also features a significant gay and lesbian population. Brighton is also known for its unique collection of shops. Even if you don't plan on buying anything, make some time to wander in and out of these one-of-a-kind stores.

Brighton has an interesting history, filled with the background of the Royal Pavilion and a few famous residents. The 18th century doctor Richard Russell built a home his home in Brighton. He was known for promoting "the water cure," which encouraged patients to submerge themselves and drink seawater, especially the water near Brighton. Look for the plaque that reads, "On this site stood Russell House where lived from 1759 Richard Russell, M.D. F.R.S., If you seek his monument look around." The site of the Russell House is now a hotel.

Brighton was relatively quiet until the arrival of the railroad in the 19th century brought visitors from London. It remains a popular place for Londoners to visit, so be prepared for bustling crowds during the summer season.

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