St Paul’s Cathedral in London
St Paul’s Cathedral, which adorns the top of Ludgate Hill in the City of London for more than 300 years, had three predecessors completely destroyed by fire. In 1666, during the Great Fire of London the wind spread flame to Old St Paul’s wooden roof. Burning roof beams rained down on the books stored in the basement. According to witnesses, temperature reached the stage when stones flew like grenades and melting lead was running down the streets in a stream. After these tragic events, wooden buildings in London were replaced with brick and stone ones in accordance with recreated “secure” development plan for the city.
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