The creator of this painting might well have been a witness to the event. The Great Fire of London started at a bakery or baker’s house on Pudding Lane and raged for five days in September 1666. It destroyed much of the medieval city of London inside the old Roman city wall, including Ludgate and St. Paul’s Cathedral, as shown.
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Unknown Artist : “The Great Fire of London, with Ludgate and Old St. Paul’s” (c. 1670)
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