London Bridges

London BridgesOne of the things that make London as beautiful as it is, is the river Thames. The river almost has the same effect on the city, as the Danube has on Budapest. Without it, it would be kind of very boring! As you walk along Thames you will not only notice the beauty of the city, but you can also see some amazing bridges connecting the two banks to one another. Here you can read about the most important bridges of London.

Some London bridges:

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge is one of the most beautiful bridges in all of Europe, and it is one of the main symbols of London. It is located next to the Tower of London, but historically they are not really connected. The construction of the bridge started in 1886 and it lasted for 8 years. The bridge...

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London Bridge

London Bridge is not really a special bridge, at least not seen from the outside. The goal of the architects wasn't to make it very special either, but it was to create a bridge that would help the traffic in London, and that could carry heavy transportation. On the location where the London Bridge is...

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Millennium Bridge

The Millennium Bridge is the first footbridge in London, with no car traffic allowed on it. It was opened in year 2000, and it is estimated that more than 90,000 crossed the bridge on the day of its opening. Some construction work had to be done on it to secure it better, but in 2002...

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Waterloo Bridge

The Waterloo Bridge received its name from the famous battle of Waterloo in 1815. The bridge located on the same spot earlier was said to be the most beautiful in London, but it was in very poor condition and a new bridge had to be built. It was on the Waterloo Bridge that the famous...

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