United Kingdom Royal Exchange

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Doug Stratton

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The current building dates from the 1840s but there has been a series of buildings here from the 16th century, which have acted as a centre of commerce for London. Nowadays the building contains high-end boutique shops, bars, and a coffee shop. Located at the junction of Cornhill and Threadneedle Street, the building dominates the eastern side of Bank Junction in the heart of the City of London, just across the road from the Bank of England.

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