England: Royal Pavilion in Brighton

Royal Pavilion is Brighton feels out of place – it resembles more of a mosque than the summer residence of English kings. It was built in 1787 in the style meant to resemble the style of castles on India, aka Tadj Mahal – with all the towers and minarets. Today, one would easily confuse it with a mosque. Interestingly the first same-sex marriage on UK was registered here.

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