London: Where Old Meets the New

London can be described as a place rich with historical architecture as well as modern contemporary pieces. Old pubs covered in detailed craftsmanship and paintwork sit next to high rise buildings. The Millennium Wheel watches over century’s old landmarks. Consumerism advertisements blanket the sides of buildings at Piccadilly Circus, resembling a smaller version of Times Square of New York. Here showcase of the mix of old and new:

Pub among giants

Piccadilly CircusLondon Eye Overlooking Big Ben

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2 thoughts on “London: Where Old Meets the New

  1. London is a great city. See an Andrew Lloyd Webber musical if you are able. Starlite Express is great fun (lots of roller skating), Phantom of the Opera is classic. We used to queue up (line up, in American) Saturday mornings at the discount ticket booth in Leicester Square for leftover matinee theater tickets.

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