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Alexandra Palace

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishAlexandra PalaceAl‧ex‧an‧dra Pal‧ace /ˌælɪɡzɑːndrə ˈpælɪs $ -zæn-/ (also Ally Pally informal)  a large building in North London that was built in 1873 and is now used for conferences (=large business or political meetings) and concerts. It also has a famous metal tower from which the first television signals were broadcast by the BBC.
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