London Day 4: Crossing the Millenium Bridge

The Millenium Bridge began construction in 1998 and opened on 10 June 2000.


The Millenium Bridge connects major attractions on the Southbank which include the Globe Theater and the Tate Modern to St. Paul’s Cathedral on the north side of the bridge.


View of the Tate Modern from the Millenium Bridge.


View of the Shard from the Millenium Bridge.


St. Paul Cathedral on the north side of the Millenium Bridge.


A City Cruise boat just passed under the Southwark Bridge with the Shard on the background.


St. Paul Cathedral, will come back for the tour another day since it’s late in the day already.


Fireman’s Memorial at the head of Sermon Lane, near St. Paul’s Cathedral.


A shiny sculpture which is very reflective, almost like a mirror.


St. Lawrence Jewry Fountain, a Victorian fountain stands at the east end of Carter Lane near St. Paul’s Cathedral.

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