A 17th Century London skyline was set ablaze to commemorate the Great Fire of London
A model of the London skyline was set ablaze on the River Thames to mark the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London.
The 120-metre long model of a 17th Century London sky line was created by American 'burn' artist David Best as part of London's Burning festival.
Floating on the River Thames in flames, the model retold the historic story of September 6 1666, when a fire ripped through the City of London destroying homes, businesses and iconic structures,
The mesmerising scene was gazed upon by hundreds on the banks of the River Thames, and streamed live by thousands online.