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October 27th 2010

Following on from yesterday’s post. Weymouth was so grateful to King George III for his many visits which did much to establish the popularity of the town as a holiday destination, this statue was unveiled in 1810 to commemorate the fiftieth year of his reign. It is unusual in that it is painted in heraldic colours – apparently only done in 1948/9, it was originally painted bronze.

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