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Crystal Palace built to house the Great Exhibition of 1851 was designed by a gardener.
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Yes, its true! The iron & glass structure which was constructed to house The Great Exhibition of 1851 to showcase the products of many countries was designed by Sir Joseph Paxton – a renowned gardener The Commission in charge of finalizing the design & construction of Crystal Palace, invited submissions from general public. Paxton's design proved to be very much faster & cheaper to build than all the other entries.
The Great Exhibition witnessed more than 14,000 exhibitors from around the world. After the exhibition, it was shifted to a South London suburb but was destroyed by fire in 1936
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