Definition of Fire of London in English:

Fire of London

Line breaks: Fire of Lon¦don
The huge and devastating fire which destroyed some 13,000 houses over 400 acres of London between 2 and 6 September 1666, having started in a bakery in Pudding Lane. Also called Great Fire.

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