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The Great Fire of London
Great Fire of London
"The fire that destroyed much of medieval London is one of the City's most historic events. Test your knowledge of this great tragedy."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
When did the Great Fire start?
September 2, 1666
September 2, 1466
September 2, 1366
September 2, 1566
On what street did the Great Fire start?
The first casualty happened in the very house where the fire started.
Samuel Pepys wrote perhaps the most famous account of the Great Fire. On which London street did he and his family live?
What famous landmark was destroyed by the fire?
St. Paul's Cathedral
Tower of London
King Charles II, did nothing to help stop the fire from spreading.
Where did most of the people run to escape the fire?
St. Bart's Hospital
How many people are believed to have died as a result of The Great Fire?
There were no houses on London Bridge at the time of the fire.
What contributed to the rapid spreading of The Great Fire?
Thames water system had been damaged by the fire
Strong winds from the East
All of these
Tar and pitch from the wooden houses fed the fire
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Compiled Jun 28 12