Nestled between Blackfriars Railway Bridge and Waterloo Bridge over the Thames River, Blackfriars Bridge is composed of five ... More
Nestled between Blackfriars Railway Bridge and Waterloo Bridge over the Thames River, Blackfriars Bridge is composed of five wrought-iron arches. Completed in 1869, the bridge was dedicated to Queen Victoria and features a statue in her honor on the north side. Walking along the piers of the bridge, visitors will notice the water bird carvings by sculptor John Birnie Philip. The bridge connects the Blackfriars tube station on the north end and sites such as the Tate Modern, an art gallery on the south end. Visitors will also enjoy lovely panoramic views of the London skyline, featuring St. Paul's Cathedral.
Plenty happens at this royal park, opened in 1859 by Queen Victoria there are fun fairs on bank holidays, tennis
courts, a boating lake, a zoo, playgrounds, bicycle tracks, and a cafe. It's a lovely place to come for ...
A smart crowd is attracted to this imposing Victorian building looking over Waterloo Bridge. The cuisine is the very best
in American grills. Despite being full of suited diners the atmosphere is relaxed. The menu is meat heavy with ...
Enjoy panoramic views of London city from the Thames. The boat departs daily from Embankment Pier and offers relatively inexpensive
tourist cruises as well as pricier lunch cruises. Some of the sites that the Catamaran Cruises cover are Cleopatra's ...
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