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Leadenhall Market, London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

Famous covered market in the City of London. The existing building was designed towards the end of the nineteenth century by Sir Horace Jones. The market itself dates back to the fourteenth century. Surrounded by many ic...

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Lloyds Building, London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

Designed by Richard Rogers and home to the insurance institution Lloyd's of London. The Lloyds Building is innovative in that it has its staircases, lifts, water pipes on the outside leaving clean space within. It's 250...

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St Mary Woolnoth Church, London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

Near the Bank of England and Museum, a City of London church by Nicholas Hawksmoor. People have been worshipping on the site since Roman times and 'Woolnoth' most likely refers to a Norman benefactor. The church burnt do...

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St Mary Abchurch Church, London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

Close to the Bank of England and Museum with an interior designed by Sir Christopher Wren and carving by Grinling Gibbons. St Mary Abchurch is a short walk from The Monument and St Paul's Cathedral. Other City of London...

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St Mary-at-Hill Church, London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

One of a number of City of London churches close to the Tower Of London World Heritage Site. A church by Sir Christopher Wren, St Mary-at-Hill was gutted by fire in 1988. The Monument and Leadenhall Market, River Thames...

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St Andrew Undershaft Church, London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

Along with St Katherine Cree Church, a rare example of a City of London church that survived the 1666 Great Fire of London...

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View from The Monument, London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

The Monument provides exceptional views across London. Whilst it's a hike to get up to the top, the views are stunning...

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The Monument, London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

Built in the 1670s to commemorate the 1666 Great Fire of London. The fire started in a bakery on Pudding Lane. 61m/202ft high, the Roman Doric column was designed by Sir Christopher Wren (St Paul's Cathedral) and Sir Rob...

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Bank of England and Museum, London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

The UK's central bank. Founded in 1694 to act as the government's banker. Moved from its original location to where we see it today in Threadneedle Street in the 1730s. There's free entry to the Bank of England Museum...

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Pudding Lane, London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

Where the Great Fire of London started in 1666. The Monument was built to commemorate the event...

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St Helen Bishopgate Church, London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

In the shadow of 'The Gherkin' and one of a small number of churches that escaped the Great Fire of London...

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Tower 42

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

At 183 metres high, Tower 42 is the tallest building in the City of London. Formerly known as the NatWest Tower. There's a champage bar on level 42 which is open to the public and offering stunning views of London...

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St Stephen Walbrook Church, London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

Another City of London church designed by Sir Christopher Wren. There's a Henry Moore altar which could only be installed after a lengthy court case...

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'The Gherkin', London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

City of London's second tallest building after Tower 42. London's sixth tallest tower. 590 feet (180 meteres) tall. Also 30 St Mary Axe or The Swiss Re Tower. Built between 2001-4 with design by Norman Foster...

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St Magnus-The-Martyr Church, London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

Close to the River Thames and another of Sir Christopher Wren's City of London churches. Built in the 1670s after the 1666 Great Fire of London which started just up the road. In the area, we'd recommend you visit The Mo...

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St Margaret Lothbury Church, London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

Designed by Sir Christopher Wren in the late seventeenth century and across the way from the Bank of England and Museum...

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St Katherine Cree Church, London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

Having escaped the fire that swept through London in 1666, this is a rare City church...

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Old Billingsgate Market, London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

A former fish market on the bank of the River Thames. Now an events venue but if you're visiting the Tower Of London World Heritage Site then it's well worth popping along to view the location...

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All Hallows by the Tower Church, London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

City of London church ruined during the Blitz in WWII. 'A church has stood on this site for over 1300 years. Bihsop John Fisher and Archbishop William Laud were laid to rest here. Samuel Pepys saw the Great Fire of Londo...

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St Mary Aldermary Church, London

Located in City of London, London, England

Less than a mile away.

Another victim of the 1666 Great Fire of London, a late seventeenth century Wren church. 'The Guild Church of St Mary Aldermary. Rebuilt 1679-82 by Wren's Office after the Great Fire. The interior is enriched with splend...

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