Including the largest public toilet in Europe

The great fire of London, which occurred 350 years ago in 1666, destroyed numerous and iconic public buildings, including the Whittington Longhouse, at the time the largest public toilet in Europe. This illustrated essay looks at many of these buildings.


Lost in the Great Fire: which London buildings disappeared in the 1666 blaze?

By Dr. Matthew Green

The Guardian

August 30, 2016

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