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Beneath Millennium Bridge United Kingdom

On of several notable viewpoints within mere steps of each other. Beneath the Millennium Bridge is a great shot to capture St Paul's Cathedral and Millennium Bridge neatly. The leading lines of the modern bridge take you across the river to the old St Paul's cathedral. Old London and new London in one photo.
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Within walking distance of many London underground stations: Southwark, London Bridge, St Paul's, Blackfriars.
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Un Geek en Munich
Un Geek en Munich 27.03.2018
Do you know if the use of tripod is allowed? I've been hearing stories about people being told off because of that. Thanks!
Oliver Grimm
Oliver Grimm 30.09.2018
I had no problems standing there with a tripod.

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Thank you Mathew Browne for creating this photo spot and Jonathan Payne, Michael Mishalov for improving it with additional photos or content.
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