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The Great fire of London

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Charlotte Agacy The Great fire of London On the 2nd September the great fire began accidentally in a bakers shop on pudding lane.It spread from the Tower of London to the Temple and from the Thames to Smithfeild,in the few days thet it lasted.It destroyed 88 churches and 13,000 houses that stood in its path.Arond 200,000 people lost thir homes.Seven million ...read more.

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Blowing up and pulling houses down was the way they stopped the great fire of London from spreading even further until it finally stopped.A fire-break was ordered by pulling down houses from king Charles. Losing your home was not wanted so hopuses were pulled down at the last minute.But by this time it was sometimes too late because the piles of timber ...read more.

Conclusion

After the fire a great opportunity was missed.A new well planned city with wide streets and proper houses could have been made of London.The houses were just put up as before.Put up with no thought of hygiene or health.Whereas on the other hand fine new churches were built to the fine designs of Christopher Wren. ...read more.

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