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  • London and Paris via Eurostar - 1 of 16

    London and Paris via Eurostar

    "Tall tree and the eye," a new sculpture by Indian-born artist Anish Kapoor, on display at the Royal Academy of Arts, London.

  • London and Paris via Eurostar - 2 of 16

    London and Paris via Eurostar

    Westminster Abbey revealed in a rare bit of autumn sunshine.

  • London and Paris via Eurostar - 3 of 16

    London and Paris via Eurostar

    The area around Parliament is a hotbed of political activism and demonstration.

  • London and Paris via Eurostar - 4 of 16

    London and Paris via Eurostar

    St. Paul's Cathedral as seen from the South Bank base of the Milliennium Bridge.

  • London and Paris via Eurostar - 5 of 16

    London and Paris via Eurostar

    One of London's iconic double-decker buses traverses Piccadilly Circus.

  • London and Paris via Eurostar - 6 of 16

    London and Paris via Eurostar

    The exhibition "Pop Life" at the Tate Modern museum has sparked controversy with sexually explicit works.

  • London and Paris via Eurostar - 7 of 16

    London and Paris via Eurostar

    Even the escalators at the Tate Modern are a work of art.

  • London and Paris via Eurostar - 8 of 16

    London and Paris via Eurostar

    The old and the new: A wrought iron lamppost and a capsule of the London Eye.

  • London and Paris via Eurostar - 9 of 16

    London and Paris via Eurostar

    The capsules of the London Eye offer unrivaled views over the British capital.

  • London and Paris via Eurostar - 10 of 16

    London and Paris via Eurostar

    The South Bank of the Thames River is home to scores of street artists.

  • London and Paris via Eurostar - 11 of 16

    London and Paris via Eurostar

    The musical "Chicago" still pulls in the West End crowds 12 years after its premiere.

  • London and Paris via Eurostar - 12 of 16

    London and Paris via Eurostar

    A nearly deserted St. Pancras International rail station awaits passengers for the first Paris-bound Eurostar departure of the day.

  • London and Paris via Eurostar - 13 of 16

    London and Paris via Eurostar

    Tourists take in the view of Notre Dame cathedral from the Seine aboard a riverboat operated by Bateaux Parisiens.

  • London and Paris via Eurostar - 14 of 16

    London and Paris via Eurostar

    The steel and brass of an Eiffel Tower telescope find an echo in the stone and gold of the distant Sorbonne.

  • London and Paris via Eurostar - 15 of 16

    London and Paris via Eurostar

    Elevators in the Eiffel Tower transport 1,140 people per hour up to the second level, at 375 feet high, at a rate of some 6.5 feet per second.

  • London and Paris via Eurostar - 16 of 16

    London and Paris via Eurostar

    Bubble artistry in the shadow of the Centre Georges Pompidou, Beaubourg.

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