London, as you know, is a city in which there is a huge number of attractions, historical and architectural monuments, not without reason in many tourist avenues it is affectionately called “sweetie for the traveler.”
The London Eye is a wheel built in the capital of England to celebrate the Millennium. The second name of this attraction is “Millennium Wheel”.
It is not surprising that the lines from tourists to the London Eye never end: almost every visitor to the capital of Great Britain wants to rise to a huge height in a comfortable booth.
The development and construction of the Ferris wheel in London took 6 years from a huge army of highly qualified specialists. This is a huge time, given that it was already being designed at the end of the 20th century when the level of technology was at a fairly high level.
However, difficulties in its construction arose almost at every step. The design is simply huge: it had to be assembled in separate parts, each of which had gigantic weight.
For this reason, the engineers decided to deliver parts of the London Eye to the river -bank not on the capital’s roads, but directly on the Thames on special barges.
Who Owns the London Eye? All work was completed by mid-December 1999. If desired, strawberries with champagne can be ordered in the booth, romantic couples can make an unforgettable climb and where the waiter will serve them.
The London Eye is visible from almost anywhere in the city, as any area can be seen from the capsule of the wheel. It was sponsored by British Airways in 2011.
Coca-Cola will take over in January after striking a two-year deal with the wheel’s owner, Merlin Entertainments, for an undisclosed sum.