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

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Q: Why was the Great Exhibition at the Crystal Palace in London?
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Who made the Crystal Palace?

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


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 event took place at the crystal palace in London?

The Great Exhibition of 1851.


Where was the great exhibition of 1851 held?

In the Crystal Palace which was erected in Hyde Park in London specially for the exhibition.


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1851 Great Exhibition in London ( the Crystal Palace Exhibition I believe)


When was the London Great Exhibition?

The Great London Exhibition, also known as Crystal Palace, was held in Hyde Park from 1 May to 18 October 1851.


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The Great Exhibition.


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The great Exhibition took place in the Crystal Palace in 1851.


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It wasn't. The building known as the Crystal Palace was built to house some of the exhibits of the Great Exhibition in 1851.


What was exhibited at the first world's fair in London's Crystal Palace in 1851?

It was called the Great Exhibition, and was an exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nations.


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 was held at the crystal palace?

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