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The Great Fire of London. The famous ‘Great Fire of London’ started on Sunday 2 September 1666 in a bakers shop. The shop was in ‘Pudding Lane’ and belonged to Thomas Faynor who baked for the King.

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The baker forgot to put out the fire he used to bake bread. Some fire wood was set alight and the fire began.

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The buildings in London at the time were made of wood and had thatched roofs so they burnt very easily.

the buildings were also very close together so the fire spread from one street to another quickly

The buildings were also very close together, so the fire spread from one street to another quickly.

the fire destroyed many buildings in london they were later rebuilt using bricks instead of wood

The fire destroyed many buildings in London. They were later rebuilt using bricks instead of wood.

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Samuel Pepys kept a diary of what he saw during the fire. He watched the fire from across the River Thames.

a statue was made to remember the great fire of london it still stands in london today

A statue was made to remember the ‘Great Fire of London’. It still stands in London today.