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while it still exists?
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>structure is safe
>1/3 of roof is still intact
>Bronze Statues safe
>Relics were saved
>East and West wing windows glass in lead safe

Hmm, not that bad for a fire that magnitude. Also remember that the tower and most of the roof is from the 19th century.
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>>1576808
anything in a muslim country is a good bet
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>>1576876
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>>1576808
the twin tow- oh wait
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great thread and i like it
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>>1576876
Then most monuments in London
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Hagia Sophia, Pantheon re Europe
Notre Dame survived pretty good, props to the original architects and builders, also to the firefighters I guess. Not so much to the people doing the reconstruction.



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