former building which was located at 24–28 St Mary Axe in London
English Baltic Exchange (building)
The Baltic Exchange was a building located at 24–28 St Mary Axe in the City of London and occupied by Baltic Exchange Ltd, a provider of information on maritime transportation markets. A historic landmark, the Baltic Exchange building was architecturally known for its cathedral-like trading hall and its stained glass war memorial. It was destroyed in a bombing in 1992. The site is now occupied by "The Gherkin"; the stained glass can be seen at the National Maritime Museum.
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