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A map of damage resulting from the Great Fire of London
The title across this map reads: An exact Map representing the condition of the late famous and flourishing City of LONDON as it lyeth in its ruins whearing you may see what Churches, Halls and places of note with a multitude of houses y weare burnt and ruinate in four dayes time by that dreadfull & lamentable fire which begun in Pudding lane the 2nd September 1666. This historic map shows the area of London affected by the fire, from Lincoln Inn Fields in the West, to the Tower of London in the East, and Finsbury Field in the North to Southwark in the South. At the bottom left is a key of 115 churches affected, including 'The Cathedrall of Saint Paul', Christ Church and 'Trinitie'. In the bottom centre is a map that places the damage from the Great Fire of London in context, entitled 'A map of the whole city of London and Westminster with the suburbs, whearein may be judged what proportion is burnt and what remains standing. In the bottom right of the map is a key of halls and 'other places of note' damaged in the fire, which includes 'Armourers Hall', 'Shooemakers Hall' and 'Apothecaryes'. Maps.K.Top.20.18
- Image reference G70047-12
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