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Spotted on the Thames: a 120-metre long wooden model of the 17th century London skyline

Spotted on the Thames: a 120-metre long wooden model of the 17th century London skyline

This year marks 350 years since the Great Fire of London, and what better way to commemorate the anniversary than with a big old bonfire? Events company Artichoke has teamed up with American 'burn' artist David Best to create a 120-metre long wooden model of the 17th century London skyline, which will be set alight this Sunday (September 4) at 6pm. The model is along the Thames between Blackfriars Bridge and Waterloo Bridge, and you can head down there on Sunday to see it go up in flames in person or watch it burn online from the comfort of your sofa.

Find out more about the Great Fire 350 events.

 

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MiLko B

The Roof is On Fire! We don't Need No Water let the....