Stunning Aerial Images of London


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Photographer Vincent Laforet captured stunning photos of the city of London from 6,000 feet above the ground from a helicopter. A city filled with history and original architecture, Laforet’s images showcase an ultra modern and vibrant city from the Old World. These photographs are a testament of the city’s evolution, modernization and beauty.

 

The Fair on The Thames, February 1814 by  Luke Clennell © Museum of London


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River Thames Frost Fairs were held on the tideway of the River Thames at London in some winters between the 17th century and early 19th century

 

(via Iffley Lock House on the River Thames, Oxford, England by Joe Daniel Price / 500px)


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Tower Bridge, London by Marek Ziolkowski / 500px


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London Eye – London – England von Eric Esquivel via Tumblr


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Astonishing Landscapes: Nature and City London Eye – London – England von Eric Esquivel via Tumblr

 

Picture of the Day- August 4, 2013


Sublime shot upriver from the Eye toward Lambeth Bridge and beyond…

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Chinese developer ‘rescues’ London docks with a 1.5 billion USD deal.


This is hardly surprising, given that, with a few other developments in the pipeline, Canary Wharf will soon be full.

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421879923London Mayor Boris Johnson sealed a 1.5 billion USD deal with a Chinese property developer to turn a historic London dock into a 21st-century “Asian business port”: the Royal Albert Dock is set to become London’s third business district.

The deal is believed to be worth $9bn to the UK economy, generating $35 million in business rates annually and acting as a catalyst for further development in the area, strengthening trade between east and west, providing new local jobs and delivering benefits for the wider London and UK economy.

The scheme, which will see Advanced Business Park (APB) create a 3.5m sq ft office complex at the Royal Albert Dock, is the London mayor’s biggest commercial property deal and one of China’s largest investments in the UK.

Mr Johnson said the 35-acre east London project would create a third financial district in London after the City and Canary…

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