Panoramic view looking up the River Thames from Waterloo Bridge along London’s South Bank, past the National Theatre towards Blackfriars Bridge and St Paul’s Cathedral to the skyscrapers of the City of London, the Gherkin and Tower 42. Click the full screen button and zoom in to explore the details.
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The South Bank is a very popular tourist area located by the River Thames in central London. Following a period of industrial use, the opening of County Hall in 1922 heralded a new era for the South Bank as an area of recreation. The 1951 Festival of Britain further cemented the areas reputation for arts and entertainment. Walking along The Queen’s Walk promenade on the South Bank takes you past many of the its attractions and landmarks, The London Eye, National Theatre, Royal Festival Hall, London Aquarium and Queen Elizabeth Hall, a fine example of Brutalist Architecture.
The Queen’s Walk is part of the South Bank Centre, a complex of buildings dedicated to the arts located on the South Bank of the River Thames. At the South Bank, there’s the Royal Festival Hall, the Queen Elizabeth Hall, the Purcell Room, The Hayward and the Poetry Library, and is Europe’s largest venue for […]