The opening of the Albert Hall by the aging Queen Victoria in 1871
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|Caption||Why They Were Built: The Albert Hall. The opening of the Albert Hall by the aging Queen Victoria in 1871. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 441 (27 June 1970).|
|Creator||English School (20th century)|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|buildings architecture Albert Hall London state opening Queen Victoria crowd opening aging|
|Stock image ref||Sizes available||Views|
|A013512||Hi-res: 4,915 x 3,255 pixels
Lo-res: 1,229 x 814 pixels
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