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The Great Fire of London.

One of the biggest events in London.

The Great Fire of London.

The Great Fire Of London

The Great Fire of London was a major fire that swept through the city of London. The fire began on September 2nd, 1666 very early in the morning, in a bakery of Pudding Lane and it ended on September 5th, 1666.

London was a medieval city built with wood, a highly-flammable building material . It was a very large medieval city, one of the major cities in Europe. The Great Fire of London is known as one of the biggest events in the history of London.

It was probably due to an oil lamp or a candle.

The fire ravaged the center of London. The fire burned 13 200 houses, 87 churches (St Paul Cathedral was on fire) and 70 000 at 80 000 Londoners ended up without a home, they were homeless. Some French and Dutch were said to have started the fires and they were lynched. There were not many victims, approximately ten people died.

by FOKAM Fanuela and LEBRUN Marie


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