Millenium Bridge, London, UK, 2000, by the architect Sir Norman Foster with sculptor Sir Anthony Caro and engineers Arup, with St Paul's Cathedral, 1675-1710, by architect Sir Christopher Wren, in the background. The 325m suspension footbridge was the first new Thames crossing in 100 years and links the city to Southwark. The 111 metre high dome and twin towers peep over the surrounding buildings. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Millenium Bridge, London, UK, 2000, by the architect Sir Norman Foster with sculptor Sir Anthony Caro and engineers Arup, with St Paul's Cathedral, 1675-1710, by architect Sir Christopher Wren, in the background. The 325m suspension footbridge was the first new Thames crossing in 100 years and links the city to Southwark. The 111 metre high dome and twin towers peep over the surrounding buildings. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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