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The foundation stone of the new St Paul's Cathedral in London was laid on this day 21st June, 1675. The Cathedral was designed by Sir Christopher Wren and the site faced that of the church destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666
10 buildings that survived the Great Fire of London
On this day in 1666, the Great Fire of London began, destroying over 13,000 homes. Leah Hyslop picks her favourite buildings that survived the blaze.
Old St Paul's Cathedral, London
Image of the old St Paul's Cathedral in the City of London which was destroyed in the great fire. It was a London landmark Anne Boleyn would have seen regularly. She paused outside during her coronation procession when she watched a tableau vivant.
King Charles II of England The Merry Monarch, yes. Brave in battle, lived in exile and poverty, then enjoyed life, beauty and women after the restoration. Built Palace House Stables in Newmarket, won a race on his horse Old Rowley for which the Rowley Mile racecourse is named, rebuilt London following the Great Fire, defied pariliament and kept the religious peace.
Prisoners Of Eternity | History Website | Community History
Welcome to the Global History Website Prisoners of Eternity and our commitment to recall that what is now the past was once our future.
London and the Thames: in pictures
This weekend, over a thousand boats will take to the Thames for the Queen's Jubilee pageant. Immerse yourself in our illustrated history of London's watery heart.