An alley that can be traced all the way back to Tudor London, with a famously enigmatic stone plaque on one wall.
It's only a short bit of road, but potentially quite significant as the City of London is planning to pedestrianise part of Finsbury Circus.
Dotted around the City of London are a number of very grand buildings, and while normally private, some are open to the public if you book a tour.
This short narrow alley off Fleet Street has seen some of the most famous names in history walk down it's narrow path, for there's a pub door down here that's legendary.
The City of London, being very ancient has many traditions and ceremonies, and as many of us still like dressing up in livery finery, many of them still happen today.
This September, Freemen and Women of the City of London will be able to exercise their ancient right to take sheep across London Bridge
This is a fairly wide modern looking alley just off Fleet Street that follows a path which is traceable back to Tudor times.
The controversial Tulip skyscraper has been approved by the City of London, despite complaints from various heritage lobbies and the Mayor of London's office.
Network Rail's plans to put two 12-metre wide video display screens at Cannon Street's railway bridge have been blocked by the City of London's planning authority.
They're popping up like mushrooms, as another "sky garden" gets planning approval for the City of London.
The site of a riverside pier that was removed in 2012 is set to be rebuilt, restoring a riverside access that had been in use for 400 years.
In the 1950s, a set of stone reliefs were added to a building so high up that hardly anyone could see them. But now anyone can see them.
This particular pocket park is so pocket and so unparklike that it almost scorns the title -- yet it could be so much better.
Fancy spending a day helping to build a tower out of cardboard, only to then tear it down the next day?
Following a trial restriction on road traffic through Bank junction, the City of London has approved the intent to pedestrianise the junction over the next few years.