Bank Underground station sign with the Royal Exchange in the background. The Royal Exchange, a Grade l listed building, was created in 1565 by Sir Thomas Gresham as a place where merchants and tradesmen could meet and conduct business. It is now home to some of the world's finest luxury brands.
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Photo size: 21.0 Mpixels (60.2 MB uncompressed) - 5616x3744 pixels (18.7x12.4 in / 47.5x31.7 cm at 300 ppi)
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