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Much of the City of London was destroyed by fire between 3 and 6 September 1666, a major blow for the Czech artist Wencelaus Hollar, who had been hard at work on a large bird's-eye map of the whole of the City and Westminster.Could 1666 be worse than the Great Plague?
The people of London who had managed to survive the Great Plague in 1665 must have thought that the year 1666 could only be better, and couldn’t possibly be worse! Poor souls… they could not have imagined the new disaster that was to befall them in 1666. A fire started on September 2nd in the King’s bakery in Pudding Lane near London Bridge.Where did the fires start in the Tower of London?
James's firefighters created a large firebreak to the north of the conflagration, although it was breached at multiple points. Through the day, the flames began to move eastward from the neighbourhood of Pudding Lane, straight against the prevailing east wind and towards the Tower of London with its gunpowder stores.