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The Great Fire of London started this day in 1666,British Museum's photo.

The Great Fire of London started in It destroyed many buildings, including the old St Paul’s Cathedral ow.

Puddledock Blackfriars | vintage everyday: Old London in the Nineteen-Twenties

Old Puddle Dock Blackfriars Once one of London's docks, Puddle Dock is now a minor street connecting Upper Thames Street and Queen Victoria Street.Photo: Produced by the Fleetway House.

This dynamic horse statue was part of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World! It once stood on the Mausoleum at Halikarnassos, an ancient Greek city in what is now modern-day Turkey. It was part of a four-horse chariot positioned on the top of a grand stepped pyramid that crowned the Mausoleum...

This dynamic horse statue was part of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World! It once stood on the Mausoleum at Halikarnassos, an ancient Greek city in what is now modern-day Turkey. It was part of a four-horse chariot positioned on the top of a grand stepped pyramid that crowned the Mausoleum...

The three bronze busts of Emperor Hadrian specvlvm specvlorvm

The three bronze busts of Emperor Hadrian specvlvm specvlorvm

Symmachi–Nicomachi diptych - Wikipedia

Symmachi–Nicomachi diptych - Wikipedia

East Street Market, c.1910.

In the midst of life I woke to find myself living in an old house beside Brick Lane in the East End of London

London Victoria station, Southern Railway, 1940

Victoria station, the Southern Railway's London terminus, The buses and taxis shown have white markings so that they were more visible during the blackouts enforced thoughout the Second World War. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)

London Wall,  remains of this amazing Roman built wall

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London Wall - Tower Hill and the statue of Trajan. The London Wall was built by the Romans around 190 AD and was named Londinium. The wall was constructed largely of Kentish Ragstone brought by water from Maidstone, Kent.

A map of Britain, showing the relative position of its chief peoples during the Roman Occupation.

A map of Britain, showing the relative position of its chief peoples during the Roman Occupation. Celtic Britain Sir John Rhys London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge,

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