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The London Metal Exchange is the leading centre for non-ferrous metals trading.
The London Metal Exchange is the leading centre for non-ferrous metals trading. It is also the last financial market in London which still retains open outcry trading.
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Cleopatra's Needle is an obelisk from the Temple of Atum in the ancient Egyptian city of Heliopolis, moved to Alexandria in 12 BC by the Romans, presented to the British in 1819 by viceroy Mehemet Ali and brought to London on 21 Jan 1878
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Designed by one of Britain's leading architects, Sir Norman Foster, and recipient in 2004 of the Stirling Architectural Prize for Best Building
Space Gallery is a contemporary art studio
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