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The Great Fire of London

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In the early hours of September 2nd 1666, a dry summer and a very strong wind helped a spark from the furnace of Thomas Farriner bakery in Pudding Lane, to spread fast and become one of the most destructive fires in the history of Western Europe.

The Great Fire of London destroyed 13.000 houses, 87 churches, the old St Paul’s Cathedral and four-fifths of the City. Join this tour and you will hear all about loss, resilience, imaginative plans and the rebuilding of the City.

          • DURATION ABOUT 2 HOURS
          • PRICE**£10 PER PERSON + 1.21 BOOKING FEE
          • STARTSOUTSIDE THE GUILDHALL
            (Nearest tube station: St Paul’s or Bank)
          • FINISHESMONUMENT TUBE STATION
* TOUR CAN BE
ALSO BOOKED PRIVATELY,
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