The Great Fire re-enacted with giant burning skyline

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The Great Fire re-enacted with giant burning skyline

A giant wooden sculpture showing the capital's skyline in the 17th-century has been floated onto the river Thames.

It's all part of a festival to mark the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London and will see the piece being set alight on Sunday.

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