The London Eye, River Thames, London, UK, designed by David Marks and Julia Barfield, opened 2000 to celebrate the Millenium, stands 135 metres high on the banks of the River Thames. The rim is supported by tie rods; each of the 32 capsules represents a London borough. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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The London Eye, River Thames, London, UK, designed by David Marks and Julia Barfield, opened 2000 to celebrate the Millenium, stands 135 metres high on the banks of the River Thames. The rim is supported by tie rods; each of the 32 capsules represents a London borough. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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