Cheapside is a historic district in the City of London, England, and is located on the north side of the River Thames
Underground vaults in Gerards Hall Inn, Cheapside, 1795
Underground vaults in Gerards Hall Inn in Basing Lane, Bread Street, Cheapside, 1795. Copperplate engraving by John Thomas Smith after original drawings by members of the Society of Antiquaries from his J.T. Smiths Antiquities of London and its Environs, J
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Cheapside is a historic district in the City of London, England, and is located on the north side of the River Thames, between the City of London and the City of Westminster. The area has been a hub of commerce and trade since the Middle Ages, and is now home to a variety of shops, restaurants, and other businesses, once the centre of the London wool trade, and the area was known for its bustling market stalls. In the 16th century, Cheapside was home to the Royal Exchange, a grand building where merchants and traders could buy and sell goods. It was also the site of the first public library in England, established in 1598. Today, a vibrant and bustling area, with a variety of shops, restaurants, and other businesses. The area is home to a number of historic buildings, including St. Mary-le-Bow church, the Royal Exchange, and the Bank of England, and is home to the famous London Stock Exchange, which is the world's oldest stock exchange. A great place to explore and experience the history of London. The area is full of interesting sights and attractions, and it is a great place to shop, eat, and enjoy the atmosphere of the City of London.