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Was Sandringham in Norfolk purchased by the royal family to save its reputation?
Brighton's Royal Pavilion was built by Prince Regent, George IV in 1787. He took a small beach house and turned it into a flamboyant multi-domino-Saracenic wonder palace.
Kensington Palace had always been a party palace but a gap in succession made way for foreign import of George I of Hanover and his refurbishments.
London's lost royal palace Whitehall is destroyed, but the remnants remain.