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The tower of 'Bowe Churche' and the 'Guild Hall' are shown in the heart of the 17th century city.
A remarkable 393 year old panorama of London which reveals how the city looked before the great fire destroyed large parts of it has sold at auction for £106,000.
The 7ft panorama, taken from the South Bank, has the old St Paul's Cathedral and London Bridge, which were rebuilt following the blaze, as central features.
Remarkably, its creator, the Dutch engraver and cartographer Claes Jansz Visscher, never visited London, so the panorama required some imagination - the Tower of London boasts onion-styled domes.
It is one of only two known copies to exist, with the other one residing in the Folger Library in Washington DC, United States.