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  • Churchill Square : the RAF should use it as target practice.   
  • Brighton Pavillion :)   
  • Brighton Pavillion :)   
  • The pav of course   
  • the west pier..the victorian town houses   
  • Embassy Court (an Art Deco Building on the seafront near the Brighton and Hove border)   
  • Stanmer House, Stanmer Park. Newly rennovated. Lovely relaxing walks and gardens.   
  • the pavilion isnt it every ones fave building?   
  • Boots   
  • Embassy Court on the seafront - everyone else seems to hate it but its being done up and heading for its old art deco glory. Class.   
  • The pavillion   
  • The Pav.   
  • The station. So many days taking shelter from the rain, and nights lying on a bench after you've missed the last train home and have to get in before you miss school (again).   
  • the new church rd brothell (i wish) na i like the concorde legendary music is played there and they dont charge extortionate prices   
  • the grand hotel   
  • west pier. unfortunately the uk planning policy is so ultra conservative, and no doubt run by a bunch of daily mail reading cretins, that i cant see a time when we have any decent architecture. dont blame the architects... i hope im wrong, but i aint.   
  • The West Beach Hotel in Kings Road, Brighton is a stunning Victorian-style listed building. www.westbeachhotel.co.uk   
  • the old pier - shame someone burnt it down   
  • brightons architecture sucks. i blame the planners. the west peir is fav building.   
  • hmmm... just add water cos of the smell! daffy   
  • the Pavilion at night. Or Concorde2 are playing a really great gig.   
  • Who is the idiot who described St Bartholemew's as 'horrifically evil'? Step inside you fool - absolutely beautiful, and you might even learn to be a bit less negative (well, we can always hope).   
  • the pavillion, I'm gonna buy it when I am a gillionaire and if anyone tries to stop me I'll just pay them off   
  • metropole or the grand.   
  • poor old west pier   
  • That special building with the red door half-way up Elm Grove.   
  • Embassy court.   
  • the Pavillion lit up at night   
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  • The Pavilion is superb, as is the Dome next to it - if they'll ever !"!ing finish the work they're doing to it! Churchill Square looks a million dollars since its overhall, as do those two horrible factory buildings overlooking Lewes Road - whoever thought up turning them from disgusting derelict factories into achingly desirable apartments using just a lick of paint is a genius.   
  • The Argus building. Shame on you Ternece Conran for turning it into loft apartments that no-one can afford. And what happened to its lovely clock?   
  • The West Pier. It's been left to rot for too many years and is supposedly being renovated at some point with lottery funding. For 6 quid you can take a tour of the shut-down building pier with a specialist guide; go to the hut at the entrance to the pier.   
  • You might want to put the web-site of S. Bartholomew's Church on your Links page. It has more than 50 pictures. Richard Jess   
  • Palace Pier, now renamed 'Brighton Pier'.   
  • Hove town hall, I don't expect anyone to agree especially if they work there.   
  • I know it is a little boring but The Pavilion...it is one of the few things that I miss about Brighton...there is nothing in Britain to compare   
  • anywhere with decent graffiti   
  • Tne public toilet in St.James Street.   
  • Go see Foredown Tower ( Hangleton ) - it has a camera obscura to view surrounding area - Town & Downs.   
  • The pier at night   
  • Not so much a building, but the pier is pretty cool, especially when its lit up at night.   
  • Varndean (Boys) School. Imposing with a fantastic view across Brighton to the sea.   
  • home.   
  • Western front Pub.   
  • Most of the seafront.   
  • St Bartholemew's church   

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