How Did the Great Fire of London Start?

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The Great Fire of London started on 2 September 1666, as a small fire on Pudding Lane, in the bakeshop of Thomas Farynor, baker to King Charles II. At one o’clock in the morning, the house was aflame and it quickly spread down Pudding Lane, and carried on down Fish Hill and towards the Thames, and when it reached the Thames, it hit the warehouses and London Bridge.
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The Great Fire of London began on September 2, 1666 and lasted for three days. The fire began in the shop of Thomas Farriner, the King's baker, when one of the maids had failed to put out the ovens for the night.
The great fire started on 2nd september 1966 at 2am.It started at nigth and spread very fast.Some hot coal fell out of the king's bakers oven and the straws that were on the flow caught fire and set alight.The fire lasted four days and it had spread so quiclky beacuse most of the houses made from wood were very close together,The wind was blowing towards the most densely populated part of London and It had been another long hot summer and everything was very dry.
The Great fire of London began on the night of September 2, 1666. It started as a small fire on Pudding Lane in the bake-shop of Thomas Faynor, baker of King Charles II. The fire grew to become one of the worst catastrophe in the history of France.
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