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  • In a world full of instagram tutorials, teach yourself to do the easiest thing in the world... smile more! 😁 The most cost effective, achievable way of improving your day - guaranteed. As Brits, I think we are awful at ‘smiling for no reason’ and if somebody smiles at us, we generally assume they think we are somebody else. So a little hump day reminder to say that if you are having a s*** day, smile through it. We all have them! 💁🏻‍♂️
  • In a world full of instagram tutorials, teach yourself to do the easiest thing in the world... smile more! 😁 The most cost effective, achievable way of improving your day - guaranteed. As Brits, I think we are awful at ‘smiling for no reason’ and if somebody smiles at us, we generally assume they think we are somebody else. So a little hump day reminder to say that if you are having a s*** day, smile through it. We all have them! 💁🏻‍♂️
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  • Листайте➡️
Британцы, какие они? (мои субъективные наблюдения за 3 дня)
В первый день увидела актёра из Picky Blinders Joe Cole😱 кежуали выходящего из Whole Foods прямо в центре города. Вечер сразу стал лучше. 
Британский акцент это изумительно - готова слушать его вечно😍
Каждый раз когда я спрашивала дорогу мне детально  все обьясняли либо показывали. Обмениваясь взглядом улыбаются и говорят Hello, но вечной улыбки как у американцев точно не увидите. 
Sorry в любой непонятной ситуации.
Молодеж с которой общалась она открыта, шутит, выпивает все как и везде.
Многонациональны: после  самих британцев лидируют по количеству индусы, он  тут везде.
Стиль : Casual Smart в пастельных тонах. В City of London большинство людей в костюмах, в районах вокруг молодеж одета как и в Украине. Броских ярких луков тут более чем достаточно, но никто не обращает внимание на них🙂  Как и в любой
другой стране есть странные, пугающе люди от которых либо запах алкоголя либо травы. Хочется сразу убегать от них😅
Бездомных тут достаточно и они просто живут в палатках на тротуарах🤔
#xiaomiMi6#londonpeople#cityoflondon
  • Листайте➡️
    Британцы, какие они? (мои субъективные наблюдения за 3 дня)
    В первый день увидела актёра из Picky Blinders Joe Cole😱 кежуали выходящего из Whole Foods прямо в центре города. Вечер сразу стал лучше.
    Британский акцент это изумительно - готова слушать его вечно😍
    Каждый раз когда я спрашивала дорогу мне детально все обьясняли либо показывали. Обмениваясь взглядом улыбаются и говорят Hello, но вечной улыбки как у американцев точно не увидите.
    Sorry в любой непонятной ситуации.
    Молодеж с которой общалась она открыта, шутит, выпивает все как и везде.
    Многонациональны: после самих британцев лидируют по количеству индусы, он тут везде.
    Стиль : Casual Smart в пастельных тонах. В City of London большинство людей в костюмах, в районах вокруг молодеж одета как и в Украине. Броских ярких луков тут более чем достаточно, но никто не обращает внимание на них🙂 Как и в любой
    другой стране есть странные, пугающе люди от которых либо запах алкоголя либо травы. Хочется сразу убегать от них😅
    Бездомных тут достаточно и они просто живут в палатках на тротуарах🤔
    #xiaomiMi6 #londonpeople #cityoflondon
  • 64 7 10 hours ago
  • The Shard, London

50 Days 50 Iconic Buildings

The Shard, also infrequently referred to as the Shard of Glass,Shard London Bridge and formerly London Bridge Tower,is a 95-story supertall skyscraper, designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano, in Southwark, London, that forms part of the Shard Quarter development. Standing 309.7 metres (1,016 ft) high, the Shard is the tallest building in the United Kingdom, the tallest building in the European Union, and the fifth-tallest building in Europe.It is also the second-tallest free-standing structure in the United Kingdom, after the concrete tower of the Emley Moor transmitting station.It replaced Southwark Towers, a 24-story office block built on the site in 1975.

Renzo Piano, the project's architect, designed The Shard as a spire-like sculpture emerging from the River Thames.He was inspired by the railway lines next to the site, the London spires depicted by the 18th-century Venetianpainter Canaletto, and the masts of sailing ships. Piano's design met criticism from English Heritage, who claimed the building would be "a shard of glass through the heart of historic London", giving the building its name, The Shard.Piano considered the slender, spire-like form of the tower a positive addition to the London skyline, recalling the church steeples featured in historic engravings of the city, and believed that its presence would be far more delicate than opponents of the project alleged. He proposed a sophisticated use of glazing, with expressive façades of angled glass panes intended to reflect sunlight and the sky above, so that the appearance of the building will change according to the weather and seasons.The building features 11,000 panes of glass, with a total surface area of 602,779 square feet (56,000.0 m2) equivalent to the area of almost eight Wembley football pitches.
The Shard was designed with energy efficiency in mind. It is fitted with a combined heat and power (CHP) plant, operating on natural gas from the National Grid. Fuel is efficiently converted to electricity, and heat is recovered from the engine to provide hot water for the building.

#Repost @visualspassport
  • The Shard, London

    50 Days 50 Iconic Buildings

    The Shard, also infrequently referred to as the Shard of Glass,Shard London Bridge and formerly London Bridge Tower,is a 95-story supertall skyscraper, designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano, in Southwark, London, that forms part of the Shard Quarter development. Standing 309.7 metres (1,016 ft) high, the Shard is the tallest building in the United Kingdom, the tallest building in the European Union, and the fifth-tallest building in Europe.It is also the second-tallest free-standing structure in the United Kingdom, after the concrete tower of the Emley Moor transmitting station.It replaced Southwark Towers, a 24-story office block built on the site in 1975.

    Renzo Piano, the project's architect, designed The Shard as a spire-like sculpture emerging from the River Thames.He was inspired by the railway lines next to the site, the London spires depicted by the 18th-century Venetianpainter Canaletto, and the masts of sailing ships. Piano's design met criticism from English Heritage, who claimed the building would be "a shard of glass through the heart of historic London", giving the building its name, The Shard.Piano considered the slender, spire-like form of the tower a positive addition to the London skyline, recalling the church steeples featured in historic engravings of the city, and believed that its presence would be far more delicate than opponents of the project alleged. He proposed a sophisticated use of glazing, with expressive façades of angled glass panes intended to reflect sunlight and the sky above, so that the appearance of the building will change according to the weather and seasons.The building features 11,000 panes of glass, with a total surface area of 602,779 square feet (56,000.0 m2) equivalent to the area of almost eight Wembley football pitches.
    The Shard was designed with energy efficiency in mind. It is fitted with a combined heat and power (CHP) plant, operating on natural gas from the National Grid. Fuel is efficiently converted to electricity, and heat is recovered from the engine to provide hot water for the building.

    #Repost @visualspassport
  • 71 3 23 March, 2019
  • The Shard, London
50 Days 50 Iconic Buildings

The Shard, also infrequently referred to as the Shard of Glass,Shard London Bridge and formerly London Bridge Tower,is a 95-story supertall skyscraper, designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano, in Southwark, London, that forms part of the Shard Quarter development. Standing 309.7 metres (1,016 ft) high, the Shard is the tallest building in the United Kingdom, the tallest building in the European Union, and the fifth-tallest building in Europe.It is also the second-tallest free-standing structure in the United Kingdom, after the concrete tower of the Emley Moor transmitting station.It replaced Southwark Towers, a 24-story office block built on the site in 1975.

Renzo Piano, the project's architect, designed The Shard as a spire-like sculpture emerging from the River Thames.He was inspired by the railway lines next to the site, the London spires depicted by the 18th-century Venetianpainter Canaletto, and the masts of sailing ships. Piano's design met criticism from English Heritage, who claimed the building would be "a shard of glass through the heart of historic London", giving the building its name, The Shard.Piano considered the slender, spire-like form of the tower a positive addition to the London skyline, recalling the church steeples featured in historic engravings of the city, and believed that its presence would be far more delicate than opponents of the project alleged. He proposed a sophisticated use of glazing, with expressive façades of angled glass panes intended to reflect sunlight and the sky above, so that the appearance of the building will change according to the weather and seasons.The building features 11,000 panes of glass, with a total surface area of 602,779 square feet (56,000.0 m2) equivalent to the area of almost eight Wembley football pitches.
The Shard was designed with energy efficiency in mind. It is fitted with a combined heat and power (CHP) plant, operating on natural gas from the National Grid. Fuel is efficiently converted to electricity, and heat is recovered from the engine to provide hot water for the building.

#Repost @online_london
Crédit @super_reisen3 
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  • The Shard, London
    50 Days 50 Iconic Buildings

    The Shard, also infrequently referred to as the Shard of Glass,Shard London Bridge and formerly London Bridge Tower,is a 95-story supertall skyscraper, designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano, in Southwark, London, that forms part of the Shard Quarter development. Standing 309.7 metres (1,016 ft) high, the Shard is the tallest building in the United Kingdom, the tallest building in the European Union, and the fifth-tallest building in Europe.It is also the second-tallest free-standing structure in the United Kingdom, after the concrete tower of the Emley Moor transmitting station.It replaced Southwark Towers, a 24-story office block built on the site in 1975.

    Renzo Piano, the project's architect, designed The Shard as a spire-like sculpture emerging from the River Thames.He was inspired by the railway lines next to the site, the London spires depicted by the 18th-century Venetianpainter Canaletto, and the masts of sailing ships. Piano's design met criticism from English Heritage, who claimed the building would be "a shard of glass through the heart of historic London", giving the building its name, The Shard.Piano considered the slender, spire-like form of the tower a positive addition to the London skyline, recalling the church steeples featured in historic engravings of the city, and believed that its presence would be far more delicate than opponents of the project alleged. He proposed a sophisticated use of glazing, with expressive façades of angled glass panes intended to reflect sunlight and the sky above, so that the appearance of the building will change according to the weather and seasons.The building features 11,000 panes of glass, with a total surface area of 602,779 square feet (56,000.0 m2) equivalent to the area of almost eight Wembley football pitches.
    The Shard was designed with energy efficiency in mind. It is fitted with a combined heat and power (CHP) plant, operating on natural gas from the National Grid. Fuel is efficiently converted to electricity, and heat is recovered from the engine to provide hot water for the building.

    #Repost @online_london
    Crédit @super_reisen3
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  • 35 2 23 March, 2019
  • The Shard, London
50 Days 50 Iconic Buildings

The Shard, also infrequently referred to as the Shard of Glass,Shard London Bridge and formerly London Bridge Tower,is a 95-story supertall skyscraper, designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano, in Southwark, London, that forms part of the Shard Quarter development. Standing 309.7 metres (1,016 ft) high, the Shard is the tallest building in the United Kingdom, the tallest building in the European Union, and the fifth-tallest building in Europe.It is also the second-tallest free-standing structure in the United Kingdom, after the concrete tower of the Emley Moor transmitting station.It replaced Southwark Towers, a 24-story office block built on the site in 1975.

Renzo Piano, the project's architect, designed The Shard as a spire-like sculpture emerging from the River Thames.He was inspired by the railway lines next to the site, the London spires depicted by the 18th-century Venetianpainter Canaletto, and the masts of sailing ships. Piano's design met criticism from English Heritage, who claimed the building would be "a shard of glass through the heart of historic London", giving the building its name, The Shard.Piano considered the slender, spire-like form of the tower a positive addition to the London skyline, recalling the church steeples featured in historic engravings of the city, and believed that its presence would be far more delicate than opponents of the project alleged. He proposed a sophisticated use of glazing, with expressive façades of angled glass panes intended to reflect sunlight and the sky above, so that the appearance of the building will change according to the weather and seasons.The building features 11,000 panes of glass, with a total surface area of 602,779 square feet (56,000.0 m2) equivalent to the area of almost eight Wembley football pitches.
The Shard was designed with energy efficiency in mind. It is fitted with a combined heat and power (CHP) plant, operating on natural gas from the National Grid. Fuel is efficiently converted to electricity, and heat is recovered from the engine to provide hot water for the building.

#Repost @londonbeautifullife 
Shot from @alittletraveler19
  • The Shard, London
    50 Days 50 Iconic Buildings

    The Shard, also infrequently referred to as the Shard of Glass,Shard London Bridge and formerly London Bridge Tower,is a 95-story supertall skyscraper, designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano, in Southwark, London, that forms part of the Shard Quarter development. Standing 309.7 metres (1,016 ft) high, the Shard is the tallest building in the United Kingdom, the tallest building in the European Union, and the fifth-tallest building in Europe.It is also the second-tallest free-standing structure in the United Kingdom, after the concrete tower of the Emley Moor transmitting station.It replaced Southwark Towers, a 24-story office block built on the site in 1975.

    Renzo Piano, the project's architect, designed The Shard as a spire-like sculpture emerging from the River Thames.He was inspired by the railway lines next to the site, the London spires depicted by the 18th-century Venetianpainter Canaletto, and the masts of sailing ships. Piano's design met criticism from English Heritage, who claimed the building would be "a shard of glass through the heart of historic London", giving the building its name, The Shard.Piano considered the slender, spire-like form of the tower a positive addition to the London skyline, recalling the church steeples featured in historic engravings of the city, and believed that its presence would be far more delicate than opponents of the project alleged. He proposed a sophisticated use of glazing, with expressive façades of angled glass panes intended to reflect sunlight and the sky above, so that the appearance of the building will change according to the weather and seasons.The building features 11,000 panes of glass, with a total surface area of 602,779 square feet (56,000.0 m2) equivalent to the area of almost eight Wembley football pitches.
    The Shard was designed with energy efficiency in mind. It is fitted with a combined heat and power (CHP) plant, operating on natural gas from the National Grid. Fuel is efficiently converted to electricity, and heat is recovered from the engine to provide hot water for the building.

    #Repost @londonbeautifullife
    Shot from @alittletraveler19
  • 36 1 23 March, 2019