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Q: How tall was the crystal palace before it burnt down?
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When and how was the crystal palace destroyed?

it was burnt down on the 30th November 1936


Why was Crystal Palace FC named Crystal Palace?

The area is named after the Crystal Palace, a large buiding, mostly of glass, built for the Great Exhibition of 1851. It was later burnt down in an accidental fire.


How did crystal palace get burnt down?

It burned down after an explosion in the women's coat room on november 30 1936


What are the prices at the crystal palace on Sunday?

The Crystal Palace burned down in 1936


How tall is crystal palace?

Crystal Palace burned down in 1936 and only the stone plinth now remains.


How many windows are on crystal palace?

The Crystal Palace burned down in 1936 and only the concrete plinth remains.


When did the crystal palace burn down?

It was burnts in 1936


How did the crystal palace burn down?

A bomber nuked it


How was the crystal palace destroyed?

It burned down in 1936


When did the crystal palace blow down?

It didn't blow down. It burned down in 1936.


What happend the crystal palace in the end?

It burned down in 1936


In 1851 a great exhibition was held in the crystal palace?

The Great Exhibition was held in Hyde Park in 1851. A steel and glass building was built in the park, specifically to hold the exhibits. This glass building became known as the Crystal Palace. When the exhibition was over, the 'Crystal Palace' was dismantled and re-assembled in Upper Norwood, a suburb of South London and the highest point in London, where it remained until it mysteriously burnt down in 1936. It is rumoured that it was burnt down deliberately by government agents because it would have been an easy navigation point for incoming German bombers in the expected coming war. The stone foundations of the 'Crystal Palace' still exist and there is a station and football team named after it.

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