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Monday, 5 September 2016

A goliath wooden copy of seventeenth century London has been set burning on the River Thames in a retelling of the Great Fire of London 350 years prior.

Swarms assembled on the banks of the Thames to watch the 120-meter long model go up on fire.

The inferno in 1666 seethed for four days, pulverizing the greater part of the city, which then was generally of wood.

It prepared for huge scale reproduction including the working of today's St Paul's Cathedral.

More than 13,000 homes, organizations and structures, including the old St Paul's, were pulverized.

Taking after the flame, stone began being utilized as a part of the capital as a building material and a sorted out flame administration and protection industry were built up.

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