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Brighton is the major part of the city of Brighton and Hove (formed from the previous towns of Brighton, Hove,Portslade and several other villages) in East Sussex on the south coast of Great Britain.
Having located in the south of Great Britain, Brighton, coastal city, comparatively soft climate with hot and sunnyand of course more cold periods in winter benefits d 'un.
Brighton is one of the most famous sea resorts of England.
A health resort important for the XVIIIth century and a popular destination forthe tourists after the arrival of the railroad in 1841. Brighton knew a fast population growth, reaching its record in 1961 with more than 160 000 inhabitants. Modern Brighton trains (forms) the centerof an important conurbation which extends along the coast between Littlehampton and Seaford, with a population about 550 000 inhabitants.

If you are going to Brighton you must visit thesemonuments:

* The Royal Pavilion which is a former royal palace built as a home for the Prince Regent during the early 1800s, its Indo-Saracenic architecture and Oriental interior.
* Brighton Pierwhich opened in 1899. It features a funfair (amusement park, restaurants and arcade halls.
* St Nicholas Church which is the oldest building in Brighton, commonly known as "The Mother Church" Itwas built in the 11th century.

There are also beaches:

At the edge of sea have bars, restaurants, nightclubs and amusement arcades, principally between the piers. Being less than an hour fromLondon by train has made the city a popular destination.

If you like the art:

Brighton has many museums has to visit there is the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, Booth Museum of Natural History,Brighton Toy and Model Museum, and Brighton Fishing Museum

Concerning the night-activities:

Brighton is considered to be one of the UK's premier night-life hotspots and is also associated...