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The Crystal Palace was a cast-iron and plate-glass building originally erected in Hyde Park, London, England, to house the Great Exhibition of

Crystal Palace A little known fact - it was the first building to be entirely constructed from Mason Jars and Palettes.

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Сохранённые фотографии – 2 335 фотографий

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Crystal Palace largest building made of iron and glass. Industrial Revolution
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Crystal Palace largest building made of iron and glass.

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Ever since I peeped at Philip Johnson’s glass house in New Canan, I have wondered how really comfortable it was to live there. How would one do a glass house nowadays?

Crystal Palace largest building made of iron and glass. Industrial Revolution

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the Crystal Palace by Sir Joseph Paxton, 1851

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Le Crystal Palace (en français : « palais de cristal ») était un vaste palais d'exposition en fonte et verre d'abord édifié à Hyde Park pour abriter la Great Exhibition de 1851, la première des expositions universelles. Il fut par la suite démonté et reconstruit, sous une forme agrandie, au sud de Londres, dans le quartier qui porte encore son nom. Il brûla en 1936.
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Le Crystal Palace (en français : « palais de cristal ») était un vaste palais d'exposition en fonte et verre d'abord édifié à Hyde Park pour abriter la Great Exhibition de 1851, la première des expositions universelles. Il fut par la suite démonté et reconstruit, sous une forme agrandie, au sud de Londres, dans le quartier qui porte encore son nom. Il brûla en 1936.

Le Crystal Palace (en français : « palais de cristal ») était un vaste palais d'exposition en fonte et verre d'abord édifié à Hyde Park pour abriter la Great Exhibition de 1851, la première des expositions universelles. Il fut par la suite démonté et reconstruit, sous une forme agrandie, au sud de Londres, dans le quartier qui porte encore son nom. Il brûla en 1936.
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Tropical Plants in the Egyptian Room, Crystal Palace, 1854, Philip Henry Delamotte
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Philip Henry Delamotte e il Palazzo di cristallo a Londra

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Tropical Plants in the Egyptian Room, Crystal Palace, 1854, Philip Henry Delamotte

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The transept, inside Crystal Palace, Hyde Park. From "Dickinson's comprehensive pictures of the Great Exhibition of 1851." England; 1854.
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The transept, inside Crystal Palace, Hyde Park. From "Dickinson's comprehensive pictures of the Great Exhibition of 1851." England; 1854.

The transept, inside Crystal Palace, Hyde Park. From "Dickinson's comprehensive pictures of the Great Exhibition of 1851." England; 1854.
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More history. Originally erected 1851 in Hyde Park to house the Great Exhibition. Crystal Palace, Joseph Paxton, London, England.
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Joseph Paxton, Charles Fox - The Crystal Palace 1851

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More history. Originally erected 1851 in Hyde Park to house the Great Exhibition. Crystal Palace, Joseph Paxton, London, England.

More history. Originally erected 1851 in Hyde Park to house the Great Exhibition. Crystal Palace, Joseph Paxton, London, England.

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The original Crystal Palace, which burned to the ground in 1936, was designed by Joseph Paxton for the 1851 Great Exhibition. Picture: PA

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