Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace is a residential district in south London, England, named after the former landmark Crystal Palace, which stood on this site from 1854 to 1936. The district is located 12 miles southeast of Charing Cross and offers sweeping views of the British capital. An electoral district and the Crystal Palace Park are located entirely in the London Borough of Bromley. The residential district has no fixed boundaries and is in the area of ​​five London boroughs and three postal code areas. The district is one of London's highest points. On the 112-meter high elevation, there are two television towers that make this survey a landmark that can be seen from many places in London.

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