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===Década de 1960===
<!-- A ''Wildlife Exhibition'' de [[The Observer]] held here in 1963 was an important early event in highlighting awareness of worldwide endangered species, and gained a very large attendance (46,000).<ref>William M. Adams, ''Against Extinction:The Story of Conservation'' (Earthscan 2004), p. 61. Example of display, [http://www.english-nature.org.uk/imagelibrary/image_details.cfm?id=112857]</ref>
On 28 April 1967, a benefit event took place at the palace. "[[The 14 Hour Technicolour Dream]]", organised by the "[[International Times]]", demonstrated the importance of the quickly developing [[United Kingdom Underground|UK Underground]] scene. Although "underground" venues such as the [[UFO Club]] were hosting counter-cultural bands, this was certainly the biggest indoor event at the time. Performers included headlining act [[Pink Floyd]], [[The Pretty Things]], [[Savoy Brown]], [[The Crazy World of Arthur Brown]], [[Soft Machine]], [[The Move]] and [[Sam Gopal|Sam Gopal's Dream]] (featuring Sam Gopal, Mick Hutchinson and Pete Sears).-->
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