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Have a frightfully good time at one of the top London attractions
Published: Friday 8th of June 2012
People will be taken on an epic journey through the history of the capital, from good old Roman times to the very modern day in a very sensory experience that will shock you in a good way.
Holidaymakers will be able to taste, feel, see and hear what London Bridge was like at certain points in the past, making this a very enriching way to spend time with loved ones.
Some of the highlights include the story of the Great Fire of London in 1666 – which devastated the city – as well as how the bridge was actually used to punish criminals.
It is believed that the first London Bridge was constructed around 2,000 years ago.
The current bridge was opened by the Queen in 1973, who has been celebrating 60 years as head of the state with her Diamond Jubilee.
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