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‘Bridgerton’ fans spot historical error in opening scene –

Fans “Bridgerton” on Netflix, set in the 1800s, found mistakes with modern-day elements in several scenes in the period piece.



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Bridgerton has officially joined the likes of Little Women and Games of Thrones with an apparent on-screen blunder that included a modern-day fixture.
As several Twitter users have pointed out, an early scene in the first episode of the series, set in the 1800s, shows a horse-drawn carriage turning a corner on a cobbled road with a painted yellow line on one far side. But these lines, which indicate parking restrictions, weren’t conceptualized in the U.K. until 1947, according to British paper the…

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