Map of London Monument tube station
The monument refered to in the name of the tube station is the monument to the great fire of London in 1667. It was built close to the spot in Pudding Land where the fire started by Sir Christopher Wren who also built St Paul's Cathedral nearby. It comprises a tall column topped with a golden flame, and energetic people with a head for heights can climb up inside to the top for a wonderful view of the City of London.
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