London Day 4: Crossing the Millenium Bridge


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

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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.

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View of the Tate Modern from the Millenium Bridge.

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View of the Shard from the Millenium Bridge.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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