Am I the only one upset about a 850 year old building to have that much damage done to it.
I know it was a cathelic church and many people don't like them, however, once you get past the fact of that, it survived through the French Revolution, Both World Wars and had many other significant events.
Watching as the people of Paris, stood arm in arm and sung the Hymns as they watched the building burned, while holding onto hope that it survived this tragedy made a few tears be shed.
My heart and prayers are with the people of Paris, hopefully, we can mend Our Lady to stand the test of time once again.
people act so pathatic tbh yes its tragic that this old building got fucked, but the humans destroy this planet and our planet is millions of years old so what is worse ? losing an 800 years old builidng or losing our planet?
Most of them aren't all that well known in Europe, so it's expected that not many people knew about it (myself included until I read it somewhere). Both are terrible losses, but why do people want to prove that one is worse than the others?
Obviously not the only one. I didn't read entirely but I hope you don't tolerate gays and diseases alike.
But it's very sad, youth will build a new stadium there for game addicts to gather herds of teenagers.
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