London’s famous skyline lamps are often referred to as “London’s Luxurious Luxury Lampshades”.
The name is taken from the fact that the city’s skyline lights are not visible from the ground.
The London skyline is the most photographed area of London.
There are over 600,000 lamps on the skyline, most of which are lighted from the top of the tower.
Many of these lamps are in the form of lampshaded, decorative lanterns.
They can be used to illuminate the entire skyline from the roof to the topmost level.
The lights are usually placed along a street, or on a promenade, to create a dynamic and colorful effect.
The lamps are also used to provide illumination on the main London thoroughfare, Westminster Abbey.
The lighting can be dramatic, colourful or dramatic in the wrong direction, so that the whole area is illuminated in the right way.
The London skyline lamp is also known as London’s “Luxury Luxurious Lampshade”.
Source Google News(Australia)