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BBC NEWS | UK | England | London | The history of the London Eye


May 21, 2005 ... BBC News considers the history of the London Eye, from its conception to its status as a major tourist attraction.

10 unusual facts about the London Eye | VisitBritain USA


The London Eye is not a Ferris wheel. It's the world's tallest cantilevered observation wheel. 2. Supermodel Kate Moss has been on the London Eye 25 times ...

London Eye - Famous Buildings and Architecture of London


London's famous London Eye - details on its architect, design and construction. ... History. The London Eye was originally owned by Tussauds Group, British ...

London Eye: 15 Facts About the Observation Wheel


Aug 10, 2015 ... At 443 feet high, the London Eye is currently the fourth-largest Ferris wheel in the world, but it doesn't even crack the top 20 tallest structures in ...

The London Eye - Famous Wonders


The London Eye is an extremely large Ferris wheel which is located in London, England. The structure is 443 feet tall and 294 feet wide. ... The History of the Eye  ...

Top 10 London Eye Facts - I Love Journeys


Oct 22, 2014 ... The London Eye is on the symbols of the Britain's capital, and it is a must to visit it during your stay in London. The giant Ferris wheel can be ...

London Eye - London Theatre Direct


HISTORY OF THE LONDON EYE The London Eye was formally opened by the then Prime Minister, Tony Blair, on 31 December 1999, although it was not ...

London Eye, London - A View On Cities


A modern but already very popular tourist attraction is the London Eye, a giant observation wheel located in the Jubilee Gardens on the South Bank. The 135 ...

The British Airways London Eye, pictures and history. - iNeTours.com


EDF Energy London Eye (British Airways) ... The London Eye has been one of London's most fun visitor attractions since it opened in March 2000. You don't ...

London Eye
Architect: Frank Anatole, Nic Bailey, Julia Barfield, Steve Chilton, Malcolm Cook, David Marks, Mark Sparrowhaw
Location: London
Height: 443 feet (135 meters)
Details: the world's tallest cantilevered observation wheel