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The Monument to the Great Fire of London, commonly called The Monument, is close to the Northern end of the London Bridge, in London, Britain.

The Monument is a Roman Doric column built in 1677, designed by Christopher Wren and Robert Hooke. It is 202 feet high, which is the same as the distance of The Monument from Thomas Farynor, the king's bakery shop where the fire began.

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When was Monument to the Great Fire of London created?

Monument to the Great Fire of London was created in 1677.

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Sir Christopher Wren as a monument to the Great Fire of London.

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Robert Hooke was a British Surveyor and assistant to Christopher Wren who was charged with the rebuilding of London following the Great Fire of 1666. He also worked on Londonâ??s monument to the fire. Both he and Wren were astronomers and the monument served as a telescope for observing transits as well.

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