Today, it is reported that at 6 p.m. local time on April 15, a fire broke out at Notre Dame in Paris, France. The fire spread rapidly and thick smoke caused the top of the arrow tower of Notre Dame in Paris to collapse. After the fire, firefighters arrived and quickly controlled the fire. According to the latest news, the main structure of Notre Dame de Paris has been 'saved', and the main structure is intact, which can be repaired and rebuilt later. This important human civilization was swallowed up by the fire, which makes many people deeply regret. Therefore, we are very concerned about the history of Notre Dame in Paris? How long will it take to rebuild Notre Dame? This article brings you an introduction to the history of Notre Dame de Paris and the time required for its reconstruction. Let's have a look.
French media reported that the fire may be caused by the internal repair construction of Notre Dame in Paris. French prosecutors said they had begun an investigation into the cause of the fire. According to the latest news, firefighters said that the main structure of Notre Dame de Paris was' saved ', and the main structure was completely preserved.
CATH & eacute; drale Notre Dame de Paris is a church building located in the center of Paris, France and on the West Causeway island. It is also the Cathedral of the Catholic parish. Notre Dame was built between 1163 and 1250, with a history of about 800 years. As a Gothic architectural form, it is one of the key representative churches in the Gothic church group in France.
Even those who have never been to Paris in their life have learned about Victor & middot in middle school textbooks; Hugo's Notre Dame de Paris.
Even in love movies, Notre Dame, as an eternal landmark of Paris, has become a symbol of emotional loyalty. No one can really imagine that Notre Dame de Paris will disappear one day.
Many French citizens could not help crying when they witnessed such a tragic fire. The video shows that onlookers even sang prayer songs to pray for Notre Dame in Paris.
French President macron also urgently interrupted the ongoing important television speech to update the French on the fire.
Macron said, 'the flames of Notre Dame engulfed Paris, and the excitement swept through France. At this moment, I feel very sad. A small part of each of us has been burned by the fire. "
The local French TV host said in the live broadcast that it is expected that the reconstruction of Notre Dame will take at least 8-10 years and will not be open to the public during this period.
In other words, visitors to Paris in the next decade will not be able to experience the brilliant art of this church.