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One of the earliest and best of Cheltenham's Regency terraces, Royal Crescent was built between 1805 and 1825 by Charles Harcourt, an architect from Bath, for Joseph Pitt, who also built Pittville Park, Estate and Pump Room. Note the well-crafted cast-iron railings and lamp holders, made by John Bradley of Worcester. The crescent was originally built as lodgings for visitors to the Spa. Princess Victoria visited the Duke of Gloucester here at No 18 in 1832. 
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Jul 16 2013 08:11 GMT MargNZ
So attractive .... interesting information Harry ;)
Jul 16 2013 08:11 GMT wijnie58
Great information, Harry..:-))
Jul 16 2013 14:23 GMT Lalbabu
Lovely architecture also nice information !!!!
Jul 16 2013 18:13 GMT fhelsing PRO
That does look nice!
Jul 16 2013 23:59 GMT junne PRO
what lamp holders ?
Jul 17 2013 22:30 GMT calytexi
Awesome picture and great history lesson to go with!
Jul 19 2013 18:58 GMT elsje323
impressive buildings
Jul 19 2013 21:00 GMT Icandoit
Many thanks for stopping by guys, and taking the time for all of your very encouraging comments they are much appreciated.
Harry

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