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The headquarters of world's most famous insurance market, housed in a revolutionary (at the time) bizarre, Matrix-like glass-and-steel building designed by Richard Rogers, with all support services (lifts, ventilation, etc) suspended outside.
The headquarters of world's most famous insurance market, housed in a revolutionary (at the time) bizarre, Matrix-like glass-and-steel building designed by Richard Rogers, with all support services (lifts, ventilation, etc) suspended outside. Recognised as a masterpiece of exoskeleton architecture.
1 Lime St
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The Willis Building on Lime Street is a skyscraper designed by Norman Foster right opposite Lloyd's of London
St Margaret Pattens Church, dedicated to St
Designed by one of Britain's leading architects, Sir Norman Foster, and recipient in 2004 of the Stirling Architectural Prize for Best Building
The Baltic Exchange is the world's main marketplace for ship broking and the only independent source of maritime market information for the trading of contracts
St Mary-at-Hill, dedicated to St Mary the Virgin, is another of the churches re-designed by Sir Christopher Wren in English Baroque style after the Great Fire of London engulfed the city in 1666
The London Bullion Market Association is the most important over-the-counter market in the world for trading gold and silver
All Hallows by the Tower is the oldest church in the city, founded by Abbey of Barking in 675 AD
The imposing column of the Monument marks the alleged site where the Great Fire of London broke out in 1666 and engulfed the major part of the city in its flames
HMS Belfast is a historic Royal Navy light cruiser that served in World War II and during the Korean war, now part of the Imperial War Museum
Housed within the Bank of England, the Bank of England Museum traces the history of the bank from its foundation in 1694