Joseph Paxton, Crystal Palace, London, England, 1851 The Crystal Palace - site of the vast Great Exhibition of 1851 in Hyde Park, London.

The Crystal Palace - site of the vast Great Exhibition of 1851 in Hyde Park, London., this is currently being rebuilt

Construction work in progress at the nave of the Crystal Palace exhibition hall in Sydenham. The Nave From The North End, Commencement Of Monti's Fountain. Image via the British Library.

’The Nave From The North End - Commencement Of Monti’s Fountain’ Construction work in progress at the nave of the Crystal Palace Exhibition Hall in Sydenham. Photograph by Philip Henry Delamotte - 1855

Crystal Palace: cast-iron and plate-glass building in London to house the Great Exhibition of 1851. After the exhibition, the building was rebuilt in an enlarged form on Penge Common next to Sydenham Hill, an affluent South London suburb full of large villas. It stood there from 1854 until its destruction by fire in 1936.

The Crystal Palace: Home to the Great Exhibition of 1851

Destruction of the Crystal Palace, 30 novembre 1936 - Sydenham Hill -

Joseph Paxton, Crystal Palace, London, England, 1851 Queen Victoria opens the Great Exhibition in The Crystal Palace in Hyde Park, London, in 1851.

Picture of Queen Victoria opening the Crystal Palace cast iron & plate glass Great Exhibition Building, London - 1851 to 1854 when it was dismantled and rebuilt at a permanent site at Penge, London.


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