14 interesting facts about Tower Bridge in London

One of London's most iconic landmarks and architectural marvels, the Tower Bridge is a bascule and suspension bridge located above and across the River Thames. It is noted for its unmatched Victorian or Neo-Gothic style of architecture and has two towers connected by two walkways. It was constructed in the late 1800s for better access to the East End of London. Often confused with the London Bridge, the Tower Bridge is considered to be way more superior and majestic, visually. The bridge gets its name from the Tower of London, situated nearby.

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