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The Bell, Cannon Street, London » The Bell, London

The Bell is one of the smallest pubs in the City of London and parts are believed to have survived the Great Fire of London of 1666 which makes it one of the oldest pubs in London. It was named after a church bell that was once located nearby and sounded the alarm for the Great Fire. You can read more about the pub at Travels with Beer.

The Bell is one of the smallest pubs in the City of London and parts are believed to have survived the Great Fire of London of 1666 which makes it one of the oldest pubs in London. It was named after a church bell that was once located nearby and sounded the alarm for the Great Fire. You can read more about the pub at Travels with Beer.

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