Palm House at Kew Gardens

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By kjfitz @ 2009-01-12 09:58:40
Built 1844-48 by Richard Turner to Decimus Burton's designs, the Grade 1 listed Palm House is Kew's most recognisable building. It has gained iconic status as the world's most important surviving Victorian glass and iron structure.
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