Lloyds Building, London, the UK

Latitude and longitude coordinates are: 51.513058, -0.082361.

Built in the mid-1980s, Lloyds Building is one of the most notable modern buildings in Lime Street in London, the UK. It is a home to the Lloyd's Insurance company and is an absolutely unique architectural solution which is really famous and known as the Inside-Out Building. It is located in the City of London, in the district which is known as the Financial Heart of London. The building includes three main and three minor towers, and the general shape of the building is rectangular. There are 14 floors and the total height of the building is 312 feet (the height includes the antenna which is located on the top of the building). The building plays a role in modern culture and appears in a number of movies like "Guardians of the Galaxy", "The Avengers", "Spy Games", and others.

Map of Lloyds Building, London, the UK

Lloyds Building, London, the UK Lat Long Coordinates Info

The latitude of Lloyds Building, London, the UK is 51.513058, and the longitude is -0.082361. Lloyds Building, London, the UK is located at United Kingdom country in the Notable Buildings place category with the gps coordinates of 51° 30' 47.0088'' N and 0° 4' 56.4996'' W.

Lloyds Building, London, the UK Geographic Information
CountryUnited Kingdom
Latitude51.513058
Longitude-0.082361
DMS Lat51° 30' 47.0088'' N
DMS Long0° 4' 56.4996'' W
UTM Easting702,443.77
UTM Northing5,710,917.60
CategoryNotable Buildings
Country CodeGB
Zoom Level16

Coordinates of Lloyds Building, London, the UK is given above in both decimal degrees and DMS (degrees, minutes and seconds) format. The country code given is in the ISO2 format.


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