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 The Crystal Palace - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Crystal Palace was built by about 5,000 navvies who worked very hard for little and completed their tasks in a very short space of time.
The Crystal Palace Foundation was created in 1979 to keep alive the memory and respect for this epic age in Britain's history.
The name was later adopted by Crystal Palace Football Club and generally to denote that area of south London.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Crystal Palace, London
Crystal Palace or Upper Norwood is an area in south London, England within the postcode London SE19.
It is a residential district that straddles the border between the boroughs of Croydon and Lambeth, Bromley and Southwark and is situated along the London clay ridge known as Beulah Hill.
The area is one of the highest in the London area and for centuries was occupied by the Great North Wood, an extensive area of natural oak forest which formed a wilderness close to the southern edge of the ever expanding city of London.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Crystal_Palace,_London   (485 words)

  
 eiffel tower - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
Crystal Palace Transmitter, London, England - 222m transmission tower without observation deck, nicknamed London's Eiffel Tower.
The Radio Tower Gliwice was nicknamed "Eiffel Tower of Upper Silesia" and the wood framework tower of the transmitter Ismaning, which was demolished in 1983 was called the "Bavarian Eiffel Tower".
This aerial was fed by transmitters which were in small housings on the Mars field and used for longwave transmission.
www.onpedia.com /encyclopedia/eiffel-tower   (1690 words)

  
 The Crystal Palace/ The Great Exhibition of 1851
Crystal Palace were among the 15 teams which took part in the first FA Challenge Cup competition in 1872.
The Crystal Palace itself was almost outshone by the park in which it stood, which contained a magnificent series of fountains, comprising almost 12,000 individual jets.
The highlight of Crystal Palace football history was the 20 FA Cup finals which were played in the grounds between 1895 and 1914.
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 ipedia.com: The Crystal Palace Article
Crystal Palace was built by about 5,000 navvies who worked very hard for little and completed their tasks in a very short space of time.
The Crystal Palace was used as a football stadium for many years, hosting the FA Cup final from 1895 to 1914.
The Crystal Palace Foundation was created in 1979 to keep alive the memory and respect for this epic age in Britain's history.
www.ipedia.com /the_crystal_palace.html   (1444 words)

  
 Crystal Palace - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Crystal Palace F.C., a football club based in London
The Crystal Palace was a 19th century building in Britain.
Crystal Palace, London, an area in south London
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 Crystal Palace Park
The Crystal Palace Park circular Tea Maze is not only London’s largest maze, but also one of the biggest in the country, being 160ft in diameter and occupying a total area of nearly 2000 square yards.
The museum is situated in the former Crystal Palace School of Engineering, established in 1872 and the only building left after the fire of 1936.
In 1927, the first motorcycles raced around the pathways of Crystal Palace and, in 1953, a new Crystal Palace circuit was reopened for motor racing.
www.cocgb.dircon.co.uk /cry_pal_park.htm   (1101 words)

  
 New York 1853
The New York Crystal Palace was in the shape of a Greek cross, with each of the arms being of equal length.
Underlying this conflict were the naive expectations that the American Crystal Palace would be able to cement the Union as the United States inched closer and closer towards the threat of a civil war.
This fair would have its own Crystal Palace to symbolize not only the achievements of the world, but also the nationalistic pride of a relatively young nation and all that she stood for.
www.lib.umd.edu /ARCH/honr219f/1853nyci.html   (3815 words)

  
 Crystal Palace railway station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Crystal Palace railway station is located in the London Borough of Bromley in south London.
It is one of two stations built serve the site of the 1851 exhibition building, the so-called Crystal Palace, when it was moved from Hyde Park to Sydenham Hill after 1851.
Access to the Palace was by means of a 720ft (1150m) colonnade.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Crystal_Palace_railway_station   (533 words)

  
 The Crystal Palace - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Crystal Palace was built by about 5,000 navvies who worked very hard for little and completed their tasks in a very short space of time.
The Crystal Palace Foundation was created in 1979 to keep alive the memory and respect for this epic age in Britain's history.
The name "Crystal Palace" was coined by the satirical magazine Punch who also commented on other historical features like the cholera epidemic, and the filthy streets of London.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Crystal_Palace   (1440 words)

  
 Football365 in association with Tiscali
Crystal Palace boss Iain Dowie has hinted for the first time this season at a rift with chairman Simon Jordan.
Crystal Palace have rejected a £5.5million bid from West Ham to take England striker Andrew Johnson away from Selhurst Park.
Crystal Palace have revealed they rejected an approach from Portsmouth for manager Iain Dowie.
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 the Crystal Palace Foundation - Home
It was in July 1979 that a group of enthusiasts came together to form the Crystal Palace Foundation dedicated to preserving the history of the Crystal Palace.
One of their aims was to create a museum on the site and this was achieved in 1990 when the Crystal Palace Museum was opened on Anerley Hill, staffed solely by Crystal Palace Foundation volunteers.
All contents of this website are copyright to the Crystal Palace Foundation and cannot be used without written permission and acknowledgement of source.
www.crystalpalacefoundation.org.uk   (276 words)

  
 Hotel Crystal Palace Bucharest
Located in the Lobby, Crystal Palace Bar creates the perfect place for relaxing moments, before or after dinner, in a warm atmosphere.
Crystal Palace Hotel offers high quality 24 room-service as well as Laundry services.
Crystal Palace Hotel can provide two conference room.
www.hotelnet.ro /hotels/bucharest/crystal-palace.htm   (408 words)

  
 19c crystal palace
Tallis's comments, which were echoed by many of his contemporaries, encapsulate some of the ways in which the Great Exhibition and the Crystal Palace served both to integrate and to segregate Victorian society along social, regional, occupational, and gender lines.
It's worth remembering that in a sense there were two Crystal Palaces, the original in Hyde Park, and a second in Sydenham where the original, much enlarged and using twice as much glass was moved in 1854.
The Crystal palace which housed it was designed by Joseph Paxton, who had been the head gardener at Chatsworth.
www.st-andrews.ac.uk /~city19c/viccity/crystal1.html   (920 words)

  
 Crystal Palace Park - Beckenham
The Crystal Palace was famously destroyed by fire in 1936, to this day the cause is unknown, but an electrical fault was suspected.
The showcase of the exhibition was the Crystal Palace which was originally designed by Sir Joseph Paxton in only 10 days and was a huge iron framework with over a million feet of glass.
The construction (or reconstruction) of the Crystal Palace on the Beckenham borders in 1852-54 had far reaching effects.
www.places-to-go.org.uk /crystal_palace.htm   (383 words)

  
 Crystal Palace
The months flew by and in 1852 the Crystal Palace was taken apart and moved to the London suburb of Sydenham, where it was reerected on top of a hill and continued to draw enthusiastic crowds.
As the Sydenham Crystal Palace took its place as a sight to see in London, it gradually disappeared from the pages of the Illustrated London News.
Well into the story, a meeting takes place at the Crystal Palace, an enormous and gloriously symmetrical three-story glass building which once covered nineteen acres of ground in Hyde Park.
www.hufsoft.com /adventures/15.html   (817 words)

  
 The Crystal Palace - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Crystal Palace was built by about 5,000 navvies who worked very hard for little and completed their tasks in a very short space of time.
The Crystal Palace Foundation was created in 1979 to keep alive the memory and respect for this epic age in Britain's history.
The name "Crystal Palace" was coined by the satirical magazine Punch who also commented on other historical features like the cholera epidemic, and the filthy streets of London.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Crystal_Palace   (1440 words)

  
 Crystal Palace F.C. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Crystal Palace played West Ham United in the play-off final at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday 29th May 2004 and won the game 1-0, with a goal from captain Neil Shipperley that was enough for them to claim the match, and with it a place in the Premiership.
Known as the "Eagles", Crystal Palace's traditional arch rivals are the "Seagulls", Brighton and Hove Albion, and the "Lions", Millwall.
Crystal Palace Football Club is a football club based in south-east London and playing in the Coca-Cola Football League Championship, the second level of English football.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Crystal_Palace_F.C.   (3304 words)

  
 London - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
London is the largest, most populous city in the European Union, with an estimated population on 1 January 2005 of 7,421,328 and a metropolitan area population of 13,945,000.
London's two Anglican bishops are the Bishop of London, whose see is London north of the Thames, and whose throne is in London's grandest church, the baroque St Paul's Cathedral (designed by Sir Christopher Wren), and the Bishop of Southwark, who tends to Anglicans south of the river.
There are other definitions of "London" for special purposes, such as the London postal district; the area covered by the telephone area code 020; the area accessible by public transport using a Transport for London Travelcard; the area delimited by the M25 orbital motorway; the Metropolitan Police district; and the London commuter belt.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/London,_England   (6781 words)

  
 Crystal Palace, London - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Crystal Palace is accessible by rail via Crystal Palace railway station, where trains run to and from Victoria and London Bridge railway stations.
There are plans for Crystal Palace to have Tramlink services from Beckenham in future and the southern extension of the East London Line is planned to bring further rail services.
The area is one of the highest in the London area and for centuries was occupied by the Great North Wood, an extensive area of natural oak forest which formed a wilderness close to the southern edge of the ever expanding city of London.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Crystal_Palace,_London   (533 words)

  
 Crystal Palace National Sports Centre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The athletics stadium with the Crystal Palace Transmitter in the background.
The National Sports Centre at Crystal Palace in south London is a large sports centre and athletics track.
However both the athletics stadium and the acquatics centre will be superseded as London's main facilities for their sports by the Olympic Stadium and the Aquatics Centre which will be constructed in Stratford in East London for the 2012 Summer Olympics.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Crystal_Palace_National_Sports_Centre   (308 words)

  
 Crystal Palace
Expansion of the railway continued throughout the nineteenth century and on 1December 1856 the line from Crystal Palace, through a considerable clay tunnel, to Wandsworth Common was opened, subsequently on to Battersea Wharf on 29 March 1858.
Crystal Palace is a station whose fortunes have waxed and waned considerably over the years since it first opened.
With the prospect of much new traffic the directors of the railway authorised a new station at Sydenham in 1852 and a branch from there to "The Crystal Palace" was opened on 10 June 1854.
www.semg.org.uk /location/cpalace_01.html   (494 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace, famous exhibition hall designed by Sir Joseph Paxton for the Great Exhibition of 1851 in London, England.
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 Crystal Palace Athletics Stadium
Crystal Palace has traditionally been the home of British Athletics and after a few years break from staging top-class meets, the British Grand Prix returned here in 1999.
Details of these ones are in the Crystal Palace entry in the old tracks section.
In the late 1800s and early 1900s there were a succession of running tracks at Crystal Palace but in slightly different locations to the present one.
www.runtrackdir.com /details.asp?track=london-cp   (445 words)

  
 The Crystal Palace
An advert from an 1852 issue of the Globe and Traveller for stock in the Crystal Palace Company founded to move the palace from Hyde Park to Sydenham.
The Crystal Palace was built to house the Great Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations in Hyde Park, London,
Ahalf-guinea ladies' season ticket to the Crystal Palace
www.ric.edu /rpotter/cryspal.html   (366 words)

  
 Crystal Palace Home
Palace World went to Bletchingley Golf Club to take a look at the Crystal Palace Golf Day.
Crystal Palace business finder is powered by city-visitor.com
Who is Crystal Palace's Player of the Century?
www.cpfc.premiumtv.co.uk   (376 words)

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