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200 Aldersgate City of London from the air

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aerial photograph of 200 Aldersgate City of London England UK EC1A 4HD. 200 Aldersgate was constructed between 1991 and 1992 to a design by the architects Fitzroy Robinson & Partners. The building is 90.8m tall and has 21 floors.

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