City – London

The historic heart of London, the City is one of the centers of world finance.

Alongside the numerous banks, financial and consulting firms you can find monuments such as St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Monument.

Bank, the main square of the City, is the real nerve center of London finance and is an intersection of 8 streets surrounded by the buildings of the Royal Exchange and the Bank of England.

St. Paul’s Cathedral is one of the symbols of London with its dome. It is the second largest cathedral in the world behind St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican. In the underground crypt are the remains of Nelson and Wellington.

The Monument is a 61-meter column located at the junction of Monument Street and Fish Street Hill.

Built in 1670 to commemorate the Great Fire of London which, in 1666, destroyed most of the buildings in the City.

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