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EUROPE-UNITED KINGDOM/England-London-Central London 

WORLD FAMOUS BUILDINGS

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From 'Explore worldwide' 1999,'Royal Family'1980 ,'The Bonnie Scotland'1988,'

 

Waterloo Bridge
  
 Central London


 

 First bridge was design by John Rennie on 1817, Now architect by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott on 1942-45. Photo by Byunguh Yu(#1/1994), Jaewook Yu(#2-5/2005).

  

International Terminal Waterloo Station
  
 York Road, Central London




Architect by Nicholas Grimshaw on 1993. Photo By Jaewook Yu(#1-3/2005), Wonsuk Cho(#4/2005).

 

County Hall/London Aquarium & Saatchi Gallery
  
 Central London



The headquater of the Greater London Council. The foundation stone was laid by Kinf George V in 1912. He opened the first part some ten years later, but the building was not finally completed until 1933. Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

BA Millennium Eye/London Eye
  
 Lambeth, Central London


 

 Architect by Marks Barfield Architects on 1999.
Photo by Jisook Park(#1,2/2003)who member of CFC, Jaewook Yu(#3-6/2005).

  

Millennium Bridge
  
 Central London

 

 Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

Royal Festival Hall
  
 Central London

 

 
Architect by London County Council Architects' Office in 1951. Photo by Byunguh Yu(#1,2/1994), Jaewook Yu(#3/2005).

 

St.Thomas' Hospital
 
   Lambeth, Central London



 Architect by YRM Ltd. & RC Cutting Co.Ltd.

 

Upstream Building,Shell Centre
  
 Lambeth, Central London



 Architect by Sir Howard Robertson on 1961. Situated on the south bank of the Thames, is one of the largest company headquarters in Europe in 1970. It consists of two buildings, one in the form of an L, the other a U-shaped block with a tower 350 feet in height.

   

Leadenhall Market
  
 Central London

 

 

 Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

Warship Belfast
  
 Central London

 

 
On the River Thames. Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.