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The United kingdom, in flames the theatre symbol of London: the alarm of the district Saved Koko in Camden
the LONDON - the cause of The fire that almost destroyed KOKO, historic theatre, Camden Town in north London, are still unknown. Broke out in the night, the fire was tamed by about 60 firefighters and it took us hours. In the building were in course restoration work and perhaps the cause lies in this. Video shot on social show the smoke and flames on the roof of what, in 1900, it was opened as the Camden Theatre, and in the centuries has changed style and name several times. So many lives, like cats. The symbol of the city, has followed the fashions and culture, development, dreams, destruction, voices and music. A magical place.

call for giving the alarm of fire was a whole district. Dozens of calls to firefighters, photos, a viral post on social, the requests for help. "A stunning look at the Camden Palace / Koko up in flames this evening, a building that holds so many memories and mean so much to us in Camden," wrote on Twitter Georgia Gould , director of the Kentish Town Ward.

But its walls, the dome, the theatre has done it again this time. The theater, which was inaurato the day after Christmas, in a cold 1900, designed by the architect W. G. R. Sprague and opened by Ellen Terry, who was then the most famous actress of England.

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