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MDCLXVI Fire, bakers and Hooke




The building engulfed in flames is Old St Paul's Cathedral. 

Site: Fire, bakers and Hooke (4 memorials)

EC3, Monument Street

The Hooke plaque is the gray square laid into the pavement in front of the strange modern hut-like structure.

The Faryner plaque is on the lowest corner slab of concrete on the charming building behind, to the left (Faryners House, Richard Seifert, 1973).

The lost plaque was on a 1681 building on the site where the fire started, (probably) the site now occupied by the Seifert building.

The bronze MDCLXVI plaque is laid into the cobbles in the middle of the road immediately south of the Faryner plaque. In our photo it's hidden by the hut thing.  Probably installed 2006-9 but we don't know.

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This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:

Information Subjects commemorated

Old St Paul's Cathedral

From Engineering Timelines : "The present St Paul's Cathedral, designed by Si...

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Great Fire of London

Started on a Sunday morning. After 4 days the destruction included: - an area...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:

Information Also at this site

Faryner's shop

Near this site stood the shop belonging to Thomas Faryner, the King's baker, ...

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Fire of London plaque - Museum of London

This is a large plaque, perhaps 2 or 3 feet wide. We tracked this plaque dow...

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Robert Hooke - Monument Street

This was installed before 2012.

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