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Royal Pavilion in Brighton
Alum Bay
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Description of the photograph
Title: Victory Inn Pub
Taken from:

Corner Duke Street with Middle Street, in Central Brighton, England.


Outside view of the the typical early 19th century pub with a tiled fireplace, an overkill of dark wood, mirrors, clocks, ship's bells, and barrels enjoying a new lease of life as a table.

Rebuilt in 1824 to commemorate the victory at the Battle of Trafalgar, The Victory Inn is named after Captain Hardy’s HMS Victory, the flagship of the British fleet and therefore the vessel on which the Admiral would have sailed.

Keywords: house, street, restaurant
Image data
Image sizes: 1960*2900px, 2699kb
Origin: Originally a digital image, with postprocessing
Date/Time: 19970505-140000
Position coordinates:WGS84 LONG -0.142631828785°, LAT 50.8227683207°
Destination coordinates;WGS84 LONG -0.142497718334°, LAT 50.82266242°
Air-line distance:
Author: Alexandra Medwedeff
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