Looking along the banks of the Thames, all kinds of tall new buildings appeared one after another. I thought that there were so many infrastructure projects only in China, but the British Empire also had a lot of infrastructure.
The Thames crosses London and more than 10 cities along the river from west to east, and the places where it flows are the essence of British culture. Most of London's landmarks are built along the river. The London Eye, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and Tate Gallery are all located on the banks of the river. The Tower Bridge connects both banks of the river.
The architectural complex showing the entire history of London's development is very marked by time.
New London Architecture is an independent forum to showcase the development of British architecture and the architectural form of future cities. It provides a communication platform for visitors, architects, engineers, developers, agents and other people from all walks of life.
It is located at 26 Storr Street. It is an independent forum that showcases the history of British architecture and urban architectural forms. Here, you can also watch the architectural plans for the 2012 London Olympics!