Notre Dame Fire in Paris: Can Hugos Romantic Palace come back?

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 Notre Dame Fire in Paris: Can Hugos Romantic Palace come back?


Notre Dame de Paris is unique even in Paris, where historic buildings are like clouds and landmarks are everywhere.

Founded in 1163, it is an epoch-making symbol in the history of European architecture. With its lightweight Gothic style, Hugos Notre Dame de Paris makes it more famous all over the world.

It also witnessed the rise and fall of Frances history, where Louis XIV was crowned to open the Sun Dynasty; Louis XVI was crowned here, and later was sent to the guillotine, where the people celebrated the victory of the French Revolution; Napoleon was crowned here to crown the Emperor, where the citizens of Paris celebrated after the two centurieswar.

Its geographical location gives people a sense of religion and independence, whether it is along the Seine River, or by boat across the Seine River, Notre Dame de Paris on the island of Sidi is always the end or return point.

Here the Seine River comes out in an arc, and the two towers on the front of Notre Dame in Paris are a reminder of your arrival. The 93-meter-high rear hall spire is like a lighthouse.

The island itself is the historical origin of the city of Paris. Paris is named after the Parisians who lived on the island.

After the battle with the fire, Notre Dame in Paris, although the top was seriously damaged, but the main building was temporarily preserved, the front towers were also preserved, but the image of the rear hall spire falling down in the fire still broke the hearts of countless people.

It may even lead many people to bad associations: the lighthouse in Paris has fallen down, and France, which is hard to return because of the flaws in the welfare system, is where to go?

This is the second time that human treasures have been caught in a fire since the National Museum of Brazil was burned down last year. Human civilization benefits from fire and never drinks blood again. But human beings are also well aware of the mercilessness of fire, a fire can often destroy an ancient city. As for a war in war and aggression, the essence of countless civilizations has been destroyed.

Compared with most western buildings using stone, the fire damage of the Oriental buildings using wood structure is more serious, which is also an important reason why the preservation of oriental ancient buildings is inferior to that of the west.

However, after mankind entered modern civilization, it benefited from the response mechanism of modern society and the improvement of fire control system, and the fire control became more and more effective. As long as there is no war, in the modern urban system, human beings have taken the absolute advantage in the fight against fire.

But because of this, the tragedy of the Brazilian National Museum and Notre Dame de Paris is even more regrettable. The Brazilian governments procrastination and inefficiency have made the controllable fires irremediable.

As for Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, the geographical location and overall structure have indeed increased the difficulty of fire fighting. Although the lightness and ingenuity of Gothic architecture is the ultimate of architectural aesthetics, it can not withstand the enormous pressure of air sprinkler fire extinguishing.

The soft water pipe of the fire truck can not reach the top of the church. The narrow staircase inside the fire truck can only accommodate two people side by side makes it more difficult for firefighters to walk.

At present, there is no definite report on the response speed of the government, but the low administrative efficiency of the Lenovo people inevitably raises questions in many peoples minds.

Before that, Notre Dame de Paris had struggled for years with the inefficiency of the French government. Notre Dame de Paris has been badly damaged by the erosion of time and pollution, and the French government has been unable to afford repairs until recently.

In 1831, Hugos masterpiece Notre Dame de Paris was published. While giving a romantic imagination to Notre Dame in Paris, he also felt that the building was ruined and desolate, and lamented that it may soon disappear from the earth.

This aroused the sympathy of readers. People spontaneously donated money to renovate Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. Finally, it received the attention and support of the French government and started the renovation work lasting for 20 years. It is the privilege of Notre Dame in Paris and the glory of French culture to be revived by literary works. But what about this time? Mark Long, who laments that a small part of our hearts has been burned down by the fire, has made it clear that Notre Dame de Paris will be renovated, but whether it is financing, or the difficulty of renovation, combined with the unique inefficiency of the French, it will be a great project of ten or even twenty years. Hugo once wrote in Notre Dame de Paris: Since I dont want the world, why does it want me? After extinguishing the fire, the ash is cold. France, which has not been able to return to its peak for a hundred years, is it feeling more bitter cold today? Source of this article: Boiling author: Editor-in-charge of Ye Kefei: Liu Yuxin_NBJS7825

This aroused the sympathy of readers. People spontaneously donated money to renovate Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. Finally, it received the attention and support of the French government and started the renovation work lasting for 20 years.

It is the privilege of Notre Dame in Paris and the glory of French culture to be revived by literary works.

But what about this time? Mark Long, who laments that a small part of our hearts has been burned down by the fire, has made it clear that Notre Dame de Paris will be renovated, but whether it is financing, or the difficulty of renovation, combined with the unique inefficiency of the French, it will be a great project of ten or even twenty years.

Hugo once wrote in Notre Dame de Paris: Since I dont want the world, why does it want me? After extinguishing the fire, the ash is cold. France, which has not been able to return to its peak for a hundred years, is it feeling more bitter coldness today?