Palace of Westminster
|Palace of Westminster|
|Location||City of Westminster, London, England|
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|Area||112,476 m2 (1,210,680 sq ft)  (internal)|
|Demolished||1834 (due to fire)|
|Architectural style(s)||Perpendicular Gothic Revival|
|Owner||Queen Elizabeth II in right of the Crown|
|Official name: Palace of Westminster, Westminster Abbey, and St Margaret's Church|
|Criteria||i, ii, iv|
|Designated||1987 (11th session)|
|Official name: Houses of Parliament / The Palace of Westminster|
|Designated||5 February 1970|
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The original building was used as a palace and home to the Parliament of England. After a fire in 1834, the building was used as a Parliament building.
- "Palace of Westminster: Factsheet" (PDF). Restoration and Renewal. Houses of Parliament. Retrieved 13 September 2017.
- Template:Cite Hansard
- UNESCO, "Westminster Palace, Westminster Abbey and Saint Margaret's Church"; retrieved 2012-4-21.