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    Monument fire of London. Ths Day in History: Sep 2, 1666: Great Fire of London begins

  • Charles Griffin

    Great Fire of London - On Charles' initiative, a Monument to the Great Fire of London, designed by Christopher Wren and Robert Hooke, was erected near Pudding Lane. Standing 61 metres (200 ft) tall and known simply as "The Monument", it is a familiar London landmark.

  • Lou Ann Young

    The Monument to the Great Fire of London to commemorate the Great Fire of London, designed by Sir Christopher Wren

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