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London Shad Thames | United Kingdom

In Victorian times, London's largest warehouses were located here. It was here that goods such as tea, coffee and spices from distant countries were unloaded from ships. Even today some of the buildings bear the names of the products that were stored in the old warehouses - like "Vanilla and Sesame", "Cayene", "Tea Trade Wharf". Apparently, when the warehouses were converted into apartments, the first tenants could still smell the spices coming from the centuries-old walls.

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