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This image is a screenshot from a video, and in the video the image is named "UK".

What building is this?

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Can you give us that context? A link to the video, etc? –  Flimzy Apr 9 at 18:42
    
@Flimzy: the video is a Photoshop tutorial, and the presenter named the image layer "UK" –  dmr Apr 9 at 18:47
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@dmr, Always edit clarifications into the question, rather than leaving them buried in comments where people won't see them. –  TRiG Apr 9 at 19:41

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I think it is a part of the Brighton royal pavilion in Brighton, England.

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I had a walkthrough on Google maps just to see the size of this. –  wbogacz Apr 9 at 20:00
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I was skeptical, because there are differences between what is shown here and what the OP posted. But this picture shows the dome in the OP. –  DJClayworth Apr 10 at 3:28
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Thanks @DJClayworth. I knew that the picture I posted wasn't the same dome, but I thought it was a better shot of the building as a whole. –  Chris Mueller Apr 10 at 4:03
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It is one of the towers at the back media-cdn.tripadvisor.com/media/photo-s/00/1d/2c/7a/… –  JamesRyan Apr 10 at 10:45
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I live in Brighton. I'm pretty sure that's the royal pavilion. I think that's one of the smaller domes by the entrance. The pavilion is the Prince Regent's pleasure palace. It's worth a visit it you're in the area and you like lots of gold, indian themed statuary and chandeliers the size of small cars. –  superluminary Apr 10 at 12:08

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