Blackfriars Bridge is the third oldest bridge in London spanning the River Thames. Its five wrought-iron arches, painted red and white, create an elegant atmosphere. Connecting the City of London on the north bank and Southwark on the south bank, the bridge offers views of the old and new scenery surrounding the Thames, including the dome of St Paul's Cathedral and the vase-like One Blackfriars building.
City of London
The City of London, the heart of London, is one of the world's leading business centers, with its skyscrapers and renowned banks. With its origins in Roman times, the City has its own laws and customs, such as the King not being allowed to enter without permission, and is full of historical attractions such as St Paul's Cathedral, the Tower of London, and Leadenhall Market.