Building for the 1862 International Exhibition, Cromwell Road, London: perspective from the Royal Horticultural Society's gardens
|Architect/Designer||Fowke, Francis (1823-1865)|
|Subject||Exhibition buildings ; Bandstands ; Gardens|
NOTES: The exhibition was held on a site where today can be found the Natural History Museum and the Science Museum. The building itself was not as popular as its 1851 predecessor, the Crystal Palace, and consequently it was demolished in 1864 and the materials sold off, later to be reused in the Alexandra Palace.
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