“You are remembered for the rules you break.” – Douglas MacArthur _ The famous London Eye on a sunny summer day, June 2014. _ Opened in March 2000, this 135 metres (443 ft) tall Ferris wheel in central London was the world’s largest at the time it was erected. This is now the most popular paid tourist attraction in the UK receiving 3.75 million visitors annually. _ I’ve always loved ground breaking architecture and engineering feats. It demonstrates the ingenuity and resourcefulness humans are capable of with a common goal and purpose. And it inspires me to incorporate the attitude of “anything is possible” in my daily life. _ #famousplaces #igerslondon

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“You are remembered for the rules you break.” – Douglas MacArthur _ The famous London Eye on a sunny summer day, June 2014. _ Opened in March 2000, this 135 metres (443 ft) tall Ferris wheel in central London was the world’s largest at the time it was erected. This is now the most popular paid tourist attraction in the UK receiving 3.75 million visitors annually. _ I’ve always loved ground breaking architecture and engineering feats. It demonstrates the ingenuity and resourcefulness humans are capable of with a common goal and purpose. And it inspires me to incorporate the attitude of “anything is possible” in my daily life. _ #famousplaces #igerslondon

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