Tower Bridge London

London Bridge, London Bridge UK

Tower Bridge London is one of the most visited spots in England. This beautiful monument is conveniently located in the heart of London on River Thames.

This 265 long London bridge, built in Victorian Gothic style, is one of the most famous symbols of London. It is also one of the rare monuments in the world.

London visit will not be complete without a visit to this historical bridge of UK.

A stroll across the bridge is a treat for the eyes admiring both the iconic design as well as the beautiful views of the city with River Thames.

If you are interested to learn more about the London Bridge of England, you can see the exhibition there.

It is amazing to know that this huge structure took eight years, five contractors and 432 construction workers to build, taking its complete form in 1894.

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If you are visiting the Bridge in the late evening the view is stunning. The whole bridge is lit up and the view is just astounding.

For people like me, admiring the marvelous architectural beauty of this bridge is a fulfillment of a lifetime.

If you are lucky you may get a chance to see the bridge rising before your eyes. There is nothing quite like seeing a stunning bridge rise to make way for a passing boat or ship. It happens only on certain times, not always.

Including a visit to London Bridge in your "things to do in London" list is really worth.

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