Time Out London: 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London

2016 marks the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London, a four-day inferno that gutted the heart of the medieval city. To commemorate the occasion, a 120-metre long wooden recreation of the 17th-century skyline was built and moored on the River Thames in Central London.

London is one of the most exciting and culturally vibrant cities in the world; with three of the world’s top ten museums, 857 art galleries, and over 17,000 live music performances every year. Throw in thousands of restaurants, to suit a variety of tastes and budgets, and it has a fair claim to be the dining out capital of the world. Time Out London is the go-to guide on what’s happening in the city and where to do it. We inspire and enable people to navigate the extraordinary array of choices available to them. We are trusted, loved and more popular than any other London media brand. Visit: www.timeout.com/london

Article by Dan Costin

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