London ‘alight’ for Great Fire retelling

Wow! From the BBC: London ‘alight’ for Great Fire retelling.

A giant wooden replica of 17th century London has been set ablaze on the River Thames in a retelling of the Great Fire of London 350 years ago.

Crowds gathered on the banks of the Thames to watch the 120-metre long model go up in flames. [continue]

This is spectacular. You’ve got to go see the photos!

One thought on “London ‘alight’ for Great Fire retelling

  1. What a brilliant way to commemorate the Great Fire of London! This is creative genius and a superb way to safely recreate some of the spectacle that the fire must have been without any of the destruction or devastation of the original. I wish I’d been there to see it!

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