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Question 1: Excellent examples of Regency properties dominate ________ in East Sussex; in particular in its Kemp Town and Brunswick (Hove) estates.
PortsmouthReading, BerkshireSouthamptonBrighton and Hove

Question 2: The Regency style of ________ refers primarily to buildings built in Britain during the period in the early 19th century when George IV was Prince Regent, and also to later buildings following the same style.
Architectural theoryArchitectureItalyEurope

Question 3: The style corresponds to the ________ style in the German-speaking lands, Federal style in the United States and to the French Empire style.
BiedermeierArt NouveauHamburgRomanticism

Question 4: In ________ itself there are many streets in the style in the areas around Victoria, Pimlico, Mayfair and other central districts.

Question 5: Lansdowne Crescent ________
KenilworthWarwickWarwick (district)Royal Leamington Spa

Question 6: ________. Retrieved 2007-07-17.
British MuseumVictoria and Albert MuseumNational Gallery (London)Wallace Collection

Question 7: An instigator of this style was John Nash who designed the Regency terraces of Regent's Park and Regent Street in ________.

Question 8: The Cheltenham Synagogue is judged by ________ to be one of the architecturally "best" non-Anglican ecclesiastical buildings in Britain.
GermanyArchitecturePenguin BooksNikolaus Pevsner

Question 9: Elegant wrought iron balconies and bow windows came into ________ as part of this style.
Anglo-Saxon dressByzantine dressEarly medieval European dressFashion

Question 10: The town of ________ in Gloucestershire also provides many fine examples of Regency architecture and makes the claim to be "the most complete regency town in England" [2].
South GloucestershireTewkesbury (borough)CheltenhamStroud (district)


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