The beautiful palace you see is Brighton Pavilion. It sticks out like a sore thumb but in a good way!
It was built by a man who had never traveled farther east than Germany. In 1783, George, Prince of Wales, paid a visit to the thriving resort of Brighthelmstone.
More than 30 years later, and some £500,000 poorer, George could finally step back and admire the handiwork of his favourite architect, John Nash.
The Pavilion survived a devastating arson attack, extensive hurrican damage and even Queen Victoria! She removed everything from the Pavilion including the kitchen sink!