2000 years ago the Romans arrived, and began trading in the place they named Londinium. Centuries later, coffee houses became venues for trade, Thomas Gresham built the Royal Exchange, and the City became a piggy bank for the Kings and Queens who needed funds to go to war. From the Victorian banking boom to the great skyscrapers of today – Join Teruyo Joshima to find out how the City of London became renowned as one of the world’s top financial centres. This walk will take between 75 and 90 minutes
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