The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nations was held in the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park, London, from May 1 to October 15, 1851. It was the first international exhibition of manufactured products and was enormously influential on the development of many aspects of society including art and design education, international trade relations, and the advent of tourism.
The 31 st edition of the famous Enugu International Trade Fair is here with us as we have come through another full circle. This annual business concourse being organized by the Enugu Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (ECCIMA) usually spotlights some key areas of investment and business in the Nigerian economy that demands national attention and policy initiative.
London's Crystal Palace, built for the world fair of building to utilize prefabricated iron parts London's Crystal Palace, built for the world fair of 1851 I want to be there. I want to see how the light hits every where. The feel that the place will give me.
The Crystal Palace was originally built to house the Great London Exhibition of 1851, a World’s Fair-type expo highlighting the wonders of technology and arts of England’s far-flung empire.
The Crystal Palace was first erected in Hyde Park in 1850-51 to house the world's first international trade fair, the Great Exhibition of 1851. The Exhibition's origins lay in the national exhibitions of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA), and particularly in the Paris Exposition of 1849.
The Great Exhibition was held in Hyde Park in London in the specially constructed Crystal Palace. The Crystal Palace was originally designed by Joseph Paxtonin only 10 days and was a huge iron structure with over a million feet of glass with the construction overseen by Fox, Henderson and Co.
Crystal Palace Foundation and the Crystal Palace Museum; Victoria and Albert Museum; Joseph Paxton Society. London 1851 - Outside the Great Exhibition Other London commercial exhibits and government attractions around London had a banner year in 1851 due to the opening of the Crystal Palace. Windsor Castle drew 31,228 in 1850, 129,400 in 1851.
Crystal Palace Park Annual Funfair. In light of the latest announcement from the Government regarding COVID-19 it is with regret that The Irvin Group along with the London Borough of Bromley and Idverde will be cancelling the upcoming Annual Funfair at Crystal Palace. Who knows perhaps we can reschedule this for later in the year. Be safe.