Even London’s Tower Bridge has Olympic fever -- the city’s iconic bridge was decked out with the Olympic rings a month ago in preparation for the games, but now that the Olympics are here, the rings continue to light up Tower Bridge and ignite London’s excitement for the competition. The 800-foot bridge was opened in 1894, and has previously been the focus of a London celebration -- it was painted red, white and blue back in 1977 for the Queen’s silver jubilee.
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