See THIS LINK

In Brighton itself, there is a plaque on the house at the southwest corner of Sussex Square stating that **Charles Dodgson** (Lewis Carroll) stayed here frequently between 1874 and 1887.

The distinctive shiny black bricks used in Patcham Place and the Royal Crescent, Brighton, are called 'mathematical tiles', but I don't know why, and no one else seems to know either. They also occur in Lewes.

To see an Ordnance Survey map click at THIS LINK

Gazetteer Index | Main MacTutor index |

An extract from

*The Mathematical Gazetteer of the British Isles*created by David Singmaster

The original site is at THIS LINK