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Q: Who designed the interior of the crystal palace in London?
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Is best western beside crystal palace?

Can you be more specific on what Crystal Palace. There is one area in London, England known as the Crystal Palace, as well as several entities in London known as the Crystal Palace. There is also a nightclub in California known as the Crystal Palace.


Where was the crystal palace?

The Crystal Palace was built in Hyde Park, London.


What forces act on the Crystal Palace in London?

Crystal Palace is the name of a part of London and of a football club which is based there. There are no particular forces which act on them.


Is crystal palace a borough?

No. Crystal Palace is an area in South London - also known as Upper Norwood.


Who made the Crystal Palace?

The Crystal Palace was built in Hyde Park, London for the Great Exhibition of 1851.


How much does it cost to visit the Crystal Palace in London?

The Crystal Palace doesn't exist any more as it burned down in 1936. The foundations are still visible in Crystal Palace Park in Upper Norwood, South London and admission is free.


Why was the Great Exhibition at the Crystal Palace in London?

The Crystal Palace was built specifically to house the Great Exhibition of 1851


Who designed the Crystal Palace?

James Paxton


Is Crystal Palace still in London?

Yes


Did Alfred Waterhouse build the crystal Palace?

The Crystal Palace was designed by Joseph Paxton with the help of engineer Charles Fox.


Who designed the crystal palace for the great exhibition?

Joseph Paxton invented the crystal palace but Henry Cole proposed it to prince Albert


Did Queen Victoria live in the crystal palace?

No. The Crystal Palace was an exhibition hall built for the Great Exhibition of 1851 in London's Hyde Park.


What are the release dates for Aerial Railway at the Crystal Palace London England - 1902?

Aerial Railway at the Crystal Palace London England - 1902 was released on: USA: May 1902


Who built the crystal palace in London?

Prince albert built it ...


What was the name for the exhibit hall in London 1851?

The Crystal Palace.


What are the names of the palaces in London?

Buckingham Palace, Hampton Court Palace and the Palace of Westminster. There is also Crystal Palace which is an area and football team but isn't a palace.


Where is the Crystal Palace now?

The original Crystal Palace was built in Hyde Park, London for the Great Exhibition of 1851. When the exhibition closed, it was dismantled and rebuilt in Upper Norwood, South London. In 1936 it caught fire and the glass and steel structure was destroyed. However, the granite footings are still in situ and are clearly visible. The Upper Norwood area is now generally known as Crystal Palace by the people of South London and the local football team is named Crystal Palace.


Which is the oldest London suburb?

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What happened to the Crystal Palace building in London?

It burned down in 1936


What was the appearance of the crystal palace?

The Crystal Palace was a cast-iron and plate-glass structure originally built in Hyde Park, London, to house the Great Exhibition of 1851.


What great structure designed by Joseph Paxton was built in 1851?

crystal palace


What event took place at the crystal palace in London?

The Great Exhibition of 1851.


When and where was the crystal palace moved to?

Crystal Palace was moved to Sydenham Hill in South London and reconstructed in what was, in effect, a 200 acre Victorian theme park. The new Crystal Palace park at Sydenham was opened by Queen Victoria on June 10th, 1854.


When was Crystal Palace opened?

The original Crystal Palace was built in Hyde Park in London for the Great Exhibition in 1851. When the exhibition was over, it was dismantled and rebuilt in Upper Norwood, a suburb of southeast London. It was destroyed by fire in 1936 but the foundations still remain. The Upper Norwood area is now usually known as Crystal Palace and has a football (soccer) team named after it.


What is the crystal palace and how is it related to queen Victoria?

The Crystal Palace was built in Hyde Park London to house the Great Exhibition of 1851. It was the brainchild of Prince Albert, Queen Victoria's husband.