The Millennium Bridge in London is located in the Walking Area of the Humes River. It is the first pedestrian bridge on the Thames River. It has a simple shape, a sense of technology and a sense of future. One end of the Millennium Bridge goes directly to St. Paul's Cathedral, the religious center of London, the second dome Cathedral in the world after St. Peter's Cathedral in Rome, where Prince Charles married Diana, and the other end is the old factory. The renovated Tate Modern Gallery, the chimney of the Tate Modern Gallery, is one of the most popular galleries in London. The Tate Museum of Modern Art was built by a riverside power station on the Thames River. The collection includes works by Martis, Picasso and Rothko. Millennium Bridge is near the Golden Sparrow Financial District in London. Golden collars and white collars are on the bridge in a hurry. The cucumber-like building is a Swiss insurance company building. It is a 180-meter-high commercial building with glass exterior walls. It has 41 floors. It has many nicknames for its peculiar shape, most commonly "cucumber", and is the first skyscraper built in central London in 25 years. It was attacked at the beginning of its construction because of the radical change of London's skyline, but it won the Royal Society of Architecture Sterling Award for "the most innovatively designed building". Unique shape and excellent geographical location make London Millennium Bridge another attraction.
The pedestrian bridge on the Thames River built in the millennium was overcrowded when it was completed. The author personally feels everyone shaking together, bridge body shaking and cheering in unison. Later, it stopped opening and strengthened a section. Now it is impossible to feel the same way. On this trip to the Millennium Bridge, the headless man of behavioral art looks strange. It's very good to photograph both sides of the Thames River and St. Paul's Cathedral on the Millennium Bridge. The best place to shoot Millennium Bridge is in the cafe on the top floor of TATE Art Museum.
The Millennium Bridge connects the two poles. On the one hand, it is modern and simple, on the other hand, it is ancient and complex. The cold raindrops in April wet the bridge deck. It seems that it has passed thousands of years. This is a footbridge that sways in the wind. Of course, if you choose to cross it in a sunny afternoon, you can still feel the unique elegance of Britain.
At the turn of the century in 2000, a dazzling "silver belt" Millennium Bridge was erected on the surface of the Thames River. Compared with those old, magnificent, robust and steel bridges, Millennium Bridge is exceptionally unique in its light and slender shape, continuous and smooth, vibrant beauty, and is known as "Blink Bridge". ?
Bridges across the Thames River across London are almost always very historic. The only exception may be that the Millennium Bridge has a modern structure and a lightweight, not very wide bridge across the river bank, especially as a fully pedestrian bridge. The support structure of the bridge itself clearly shows that there are no bridges with huge arches and pure supports. The skyline of St. Paul's Church in the distance is now a good angle for many visitors to take pictures of the First Financial District and the Church.