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The Great Fire of London

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The Great Fire of London is said to have been caused by an overheated baking oven in Pudding Lane. St. Paul's Cathedral was burned down during the Great Fire. The St. Paul's we have today was designed by Christopher Wren as part of the rebuilding programme after the fire. The Great Plague happened the year before, 1665.

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