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Die HD Webcam Live aus London – Themse und Millenium Bridge zeigt Ihnen rund um die Uhr einen herrlichen Panoramablick der berühmten Fußgängerbrücke, der Themse und St. Paul’s Cathedral. Genießen Sie in gestochen scharfen Bildern von earthTV einen Teil der Skyline Londons bis hin zur Tate Gallery. London ist gegenwärtig eines der bedeutendsten Kultur- und Handelszentren der Welt mit zahlreichen Universitäten, Hochschulen, Theatern und Museen. Mit der City of London zählt die Stadt außerdem neben New York City und Frankfurt am Main zu den größten Finanzplätzen der Welt.
A large neo-Gothic building on the opposite bank of the Thames – Westminster Palace. In this building accepts the most important decisions for the UK, because it is here that the two houses of the British Parliament sit: the House of Lords and the House of Commons. The first Westminster Palace was built at the beginning of the last millennium, but the current building was built almost from scratch after a major fire in 1834. Of the more ancient buildings, only the Tower of Treasures and the Reception Hall have been preserved. Outwardly, the palace does not seem very large, but in reality there are 1100 rooms in the building, which are connected by means of five kilometers of corridors. The highest point of the Palace of Westminster is 98.5 meters high. It is Victoria Tower, which located to the left of the webcam.
The second tower of the palace is only 2 meters lower, but it is a symbol of the whole of Great Britain. It is the tower closest to the bridge and to this webcam in London, called the Tower of Elizabeth. And it is at the top of this tower is the famous London clock, in the design of which there is a giant bell called Big Ben. By the way, until 2012 the Tower of Elizabeth had a different name – the Clock Tower of the Palace of Westminster. In some ways, the tower is “falling”, but the slope is quite small – about 44 centimeters at the top. Of course, with such large dimensions of the tower, we can not notice the tilt with a webcam, broadcasted by the FINE CINE. At the end of August 2017, the clock on the tower sounded for the last time before a long break.
According to the plan, the reconstruction of the tower and the clock will be completed only by the beginning of 2021. To see all the described sights of London in real time and in maximum quality, you can deploy this webcam to the full screen and select the optimal quality of streaming video in the standard Youtube settings (up to 1080p). I wish you all a pleasant viewing and an exciting virtual trip to London!
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