Tower Bridge is one of the main symbols of London and the UK, a harmonious blend with the architecture of the city center which attracts hundreds of tourists daily. The bridge is located in central London over the River Thames, near the Tower of London. Designed by Horace Jones and Barry Wolf, it became one of the most important landmarks in the capital of the UK. The bridge is 244 meters length with two towers height of 65 meters. The central span between the towers, 61 meters, is divided into two lifting wings, which can be raised at an angle of 83 degrees to let the ships to pass. Each of the wings (more than 1000 tons) is equipped by counterweight, allowing to separate the bridge in one minute. The tower, a miracle of architecture had been built eight years before 1894. The Tower Bridge is located in the historic center near the Tower of London, located on the northern bank of the River Thames, hence, the name. The tower at a height of 44 meters connected a gallery, which originally served to pedestrians to cross the bridge even when spans diluted. Today the pedestrian gallery is a viewing platform and a museum dedicated to the bridge. Horace Jones himself led the construction of the bridge, but he couldn’t live up to its commissioning. Completing this ambitious project, John Wolfe-Barry opened Tower Bridge on June 30, 1894, at the opening ceremony attended by the Prince of Wales and his wife. The famous Tower of London is at a distance of several hundred meters from the bridge, so that tourists prefer to watch the two famous British landmarks. Previously, the Tower Bridge was of chocolate brown color , but at the anniversary of Elizabeth II the bridge was repainted to match the national flag in blue-white-red. But red was the result quite a bit, so it seems that the bridge is painted in blue and white. The Tower Bridge was originally bred by means of hydraulic motors, elevators, for people to climb up and it includes devices for traffic control. Tourists and passers-by look at the rising fascination and at the huge wings of the bridge.