Heart of the Square Mile

View from the terrace of Coq d’Argent, a restaurant aptly named for its 1 Poultry address in the City of London.

The Gherkin, designed by Norman Foster sticks out behind the Royal Exchange, the portico of eight Corinthian columns at the front of which are based on the the Pantheon in Rome.

To the right you can see the steel exterior of the Lloyd’s building, designed by Richard Rogers.

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