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The Royal Pavilion ('Royal Pavilion') is a former royal residence located in Brighton, England. It was built in the 19th century as a retreat by the sea for George IV of England, then still Prince Regent. It is also called Brighton Pavilion.
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ibis Brighton City Centre - Station ★★★
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The West Pier is one of two current piers in Brighton (Sussex). It was built by Eugenius Birch in 1866, but it was closed since 1975 and has been deteriorating since then. The pier is waiting for a renovation, which has not yet taken place for financial reasons. It is the second Brighton pier; The first was The Royal Suspension Chain Pier, built in 1823, which was dismantled after a storm in 1896. The West Pier is one of two Grade II docks in the United Kingdom, the other is the Clevedon Pier.
The West Pier Trust has plans to renovate the pier and could be the first in the UK to be renovated with the help of the Heritage Lottery Fund, although some of the residents near the pier oppose the reconstruction. Opponents believe that the reconstruction would spoil the view of the sea and the pier should suffer a collapse in the sea. The West Pier Trust declared, on July 15, 2008, in contrast, that it was necessary to rebuild it. His ambitious project includes the rehabilitation of the structure, destroyed twice by fire, and turn it into a major tourist attraction, such as the Brighton Eye, a futuristic observation tower.
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Brighton & Hove
Brighton & Hove, is a unitary Authority, located in the county of East Sussex, in the South East region of England. It was formed in 1997 with the union of the cities of Brighton and Hove. In the year 2000, the two cities got the city statute.
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British Airways i360
British Airways i360 is a 162-meter observation tower on the waterfront in Brighton, England, United Kingdom, at the land end of the former West Pier. The tower opened on August 4, 2016 . From the fully enclosed viewpoint, visitors can enjoy 360-degree views of Brighton, South Downs, the English Channel and on the clearest days it is possible to see Cape Beachy 27 km east and the Isle of Wight 66 km west.
British Airways i360 was designed, built and promoted by the team responsible for the London Eye of London. The attraction cost £ 46 million, of which 36 million was funded by a loan from the Public Works Loans Board (PWLB) through the town hall of Brighton and Hove.
Formerly known as "Brighton i360," the project aimed to attract 739,000 paid visitors every year, but has always been well below this figure. The site owner, the West Pier Trust, hoped that in 2014 a successful i360 will lead to the reconstruction of the historic West Pier. The i360 transported its passenger number 1 000 000 on March 11, 2019.