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The London Eye, also known as the Millennium Wheel, standing at 135m, took seven years to design and build and located next to Londons Themse. Serving as the ideal symbol for the Millennium, it represents the turning of the century.
The slow, 30-minute ride in high-tech "capsules" offers breathtaking views of London. Passengers can see over 25 miles in each direction and will view some of the world's most famous sights including Windsor Castle, the Palace of Westminster and the Houses of Parliament. There are over 15.000 visitors per day.