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The London Eye UK

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Trista Foster

on 9 December 2013

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli
London Eye (Untied Kingdom)
We think The London Eye is the biggest, beautiful, and most famous Ferris wheel. We think it would be a great place to go sight seeing.
The London Eye is located at Riverside Bldg, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Rd, London SE1 7PB, United Kingdom. The London Eye is one of the most popular sights in London, and it still is today. It's a giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames in London.
Construction started in 1998, but it was opened to the public on March 9, 2000.
David Marks and Julia Barfield designed The London Eye.
A company called Mace built The London Eye.
To build The London Eye it cost them $80 million to it.
The London Eye was made to celebrate the new millennium in 2000.
The London Eye is famous because of the view of some of the world's most famous sights including Windsor Castle, the Palace of Westminster and The Houses of Parliament.
The London Eye got it's name from the eye shape of the Capsules, and it has a bird's eye view of London.
It was the biggest in 2000 by being 443 feet, but now is the 3 biggest in the world.
Windsor Castle
Palace of Westminster
The Houses of Parliament
It took over 1,700 tones of steel and 3,000 tones on concrete were used of the foundation.


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It took hundreds of people from 5 different countries in to build the London Eye.
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