A short history lesson of London Bridge (and why it's in Arizona)
(CBS News) Did you know that the London Bridge used throughout most of the 19th and 20th century is not actually in London anymore? Would you believe me if I said that it was bought by an American businessman and shipped to - wait for it - Arizona? Well, it's true. And you'll learn more about that and other interesting tidbits in the quick history lesson of London Bridge above.
The fun education in all things London Bridge was provided by minutephysics, who have been featured here on The Feed many times in the past for their animated lessons in just about everything (not just physics). And if you'd like to keep getting your learn on and check out more from minutephysics, you can visit their YouTube page by clicking here.
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