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Brighton and Hove

Author: Nicholas Antram; Richard Morrice
Publisher: New Haven, CT ; London : Yale University Press, 2008.
Series: Pevsner architectural guides.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This comprehensive guide to the historic heart of Brighton and Hove features a series of walks which trace its development from late medieval fishing settlement to the 'Queen of the Watering Places', with a lively and critical commentary on its unique character.
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Genre/Form: Guidebooks
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas Antram; Richard Morrice
ISBN: 9780300126617 0300126611
OCLC Number: 218187336
Description: xii, 244 pages : color illustrations, maps ; 22 cm.
Contents: How to use this book --
Acknowledgements --
Introduction --
Major buildings. The Pavilion --
The Dome (Museum, Corn Exchange and Pavilion Theatre) --
St Michael and All Angels --
St. Bartholomew --
All Saints --
Brighton Pier --
Brighton Railway Station --
Jubilee Library --
Brighton and Hove. 1. The Old Town --
2. The Steine and the Level --
3. The Seafront : West of the Pier --
4. Brunswick Town --
5. The Seafront : East of the Pier --
6. Kemp Town --
7. Brighton City Centre --
8. Montpelier, Clifton Hill, West Hill, and Seven Dials --
9. London Road, Lewes Road, and Hanover --
10. Queens Park and Carlton Hill --
11. Hove --
12. Preston Manor and Preston Park --
Stanmer Park and the University of Sussex --
Further reading --
Glossary --
Index of artists, architects, patrons, and others --
Index of localities, streets, and buildings --
Illustrations --Acknowledgements.
Series Title: Pevsner architectural guides.
Responsibility: Nicholas Antram and Richard Morrice.
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A guide to the historic heart of Brighton and Hove, the greatest of England's seaside resorts. It traces its development from late medieval fishing settlement to the 'Queen of the Watering Places',  Read more...

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