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Limmy 14h
I voted for , I'm as 🇬🇧 as they come, but the fire was an attack on are way of life, and I stand shoulder to shoulder with are fellow Christian French in the name of
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Archbishop of Canterbury 18h
Just as Coventry Cathedral was ruined and rebuilt, will rise again!
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Moin ul Haque 3h
Attended the somber Ceremonie de l'hommage for at Hotel de Ville in Paris hosted by Mayor Anne Hidalgo. It was great to see the magnificent facade of the Cathederal is still intact. The damaged part of this iconic monument would surely be restored to its past glory.
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Iffy 12h
It really does put it into perspective.
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Indigenous Anarchist Federation 🏴🚩 16h
Native American Activists: The fire at is devastating. So is the destruction of our sacred lands. It’s an ongoing colonial violence that's garnered far less outcry.
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The Real Oloo 21m
Someone on Facebook was searching for answers regards these statues outside the cathedral before the fire. They certainly don't look exactly saintly. Anyone have answers?
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Muwonge  Silas 5h
that Mozambique, Africa flooded for over 2 weeks and at least 1,000 were pronounced dead?? Villages washed away by floods. The fire happened in France and most people have changed their social media profile pics to their flag!!! African solidarity🌍??
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Soul on Ice 21h
Look at this idiot from Guinea, West Africa donating 2 million euros towards . I had grossly underdiagnosed the severity of this Postcolonial Neurosis.
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Neeergal 4h
The needle of exhibits so much power amidst the flames, confronting its own destruction. Of unfathomable beauty, it's like the last scream of a goddess, who says goodbye, trespassing the gate to the world of memories, neither to be touched nor to be seen again.
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Jack Montgomery Apr 18
Replying to @PrisonPlanet
Relevant to , St Michael's Parish Church in Linlithgow, Scotland, was once adorned with a crown steeple in the style of the one at Thomas Coats Memorial Baptist Church (first image). Here's how modern architects "reimagined" it:
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Castillian Regime 19h
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❄️ otHREE 💜彡 ΑғΚ 🇺🇸 7h
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David Icke 3h
Intriguing ‘arson comments’ from architect…
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Newsweek 9h
hero priest Jean-Marc Fournier, who rescued Christ’s Crown of Thorns, is Afghanistan vet
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Chris Riedel 10h
A daguerreotype of before restoration work began in the 1840s. Note the absence of any gargoyles (removed centuries earlier) - Viollet-le-Duc decided to add them after reading Hugo's Hunchback of Notre Dame, basing them on other French gargoyles he studied.
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Danger Dana 2h
Disgusted with .com on ebay. Bought a book about from them for £3.21 was told days later "too damaged to ship" but in email price jumped to £182.70! Asked for photo of damaged book-which they couldn't provide but you can see my photo!😡
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MarketWatch 16h
The estimated cost to repair : $8 billion. The amount covered by insurance: $0
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Agnes Poirier 21h
Here are the 500 who saved . Well done, lads. Eternal gratitude.
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alpay yahya.26DFE32B 10h
what is going on in this world
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Partisangirl 🇸🇾 4h
Macron is talking about rebuilding with modern architecture. Symbols of the old world are being destroyed from Europe to the middle east.
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