As its name indicates, this bridge was built in inauguration of the third millennium of this hallowed city. The steel structure was designed by architects Foster & Partners and it is London's first new bridge since the 1960s. The Millennium Bridge is a 370-meter (1214 feet) long pedestrian walkway with easy access for the disabled - a scenic stroll along the teak decks between St. Paul's and the Tate Modern. Formed by a single sweeping arc, it is designed to appear as a thin ribbon of steel by day and, illuminated at night, as a shining blade of light across the river.
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- Nearest Train: London Bridge