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Architectural Heritage
Lloyds of London building.
Trading Places

The narrow streets in the heart of London's EC3 patch form one of the oldest districts in the capital.

Over the last few centuries part of this area has evolved into what is now known as the 'square mile'. It is home to many international institutions, including Lloyds of London, the Bank of England and the London Stock Exchange to name a few.

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