The Fortune of War Public House (Q7734900)

  • matcher place: London Congestion Charge (way 227880171), City of London (relation 51800), Greater London (relation 175342)
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  • English Wikipedia categories: 1910 disestablishments in England, Body snatching, Buildings and structures demolished in 1910, Former buildings and structures in the City of London, Pubs in the City of London, Smithfield, London
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Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Fortune of War was an ancient public house in Smithfield, London. It was located on a corner originally known as Pie Corner, today at the junction of Giltspur Street and Cock Lane where the Golden Boy of Pye Corner resides, the name deriving from the magpie represented on the sign of an adjoining tavern. It is allegedly the place where the Great Fire of London stopped, after destroying a large part of the City of London in 1666. The statue of a cherub, initially built in the front of the pub, commemorates the end of the fire.

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