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Points of Interest: Brighton
Brighton actually dates back as far as the Bronze Age with it’s settlement recorded throughout the Roman & Anglo-Saxon periods. The town’s value grew in the Middle Ages and begun to thrive as road transport improved bringing in new settlers & trade from London.
It wasn’t until the Georgian era Brighton started to develop as a seaside resort where King George IV spent a lot of time, eventually constructing the Royal Pavilion.
Brighton continued to attract greater numbers of tourists once railways were implemented in 1841, allowing day trippers from London to spend time by the beach. It was in the Victorian era that some of attractions still present today were built such as Brighton Palace Pier, the Grand Hotel & the West Pier.
The town continued to expand in the 20th century eventually incorporating more land and joining the town of Hove, finally Brighton was granted city status in 2000.