Nothing was found on your request

notre dame fire

Notre Dame’s history proves it’s no stranger to change

Notre Dame’s history proves it’s no stranger to change

Notre Dame has been damaged and changed many times since it was begun in the mid-12th century. But the fire on April 15 might have been its most catastrophic event.
Harvard University Architecture Historian: Notre-Dame Burning Down Is 'Act of Liberation'

Harvard University Architecture Historian: Notre-Dame Burning Down Is 'Act of Liberation'

Harvard University Professor Patricio del Real told Rolling Stone this week that the burning of the Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris was an "act of liberation."
Our government owes nothing to Notre Dame and everything to the people of Grenfell
Notre Dame’s 200,000 bees kept on roof survived devastating fire

Notre Dame’s 200,000 bees kept on roof survived devastating fire

It was feared the hives had been burned in the blaze.
Why does it look like birds were circling the flames of Notre Dame?

Why does it look like birds were circling the flames of Notre Dame?

We asked the experts at Cornell University about that photo of "the end of the world."
Notre Dame smoke detectors ‘failed to go off’ when fire started

Notre Dame smoke detectors ‘failed to go off’ when fire started

The 850-year-old cathedral has now been stabilised.
Norman Foster wants to give Notre Dame a contemporary makeover

Norman Foster wants to give Notre Dame a contemporary makeover

Other leading British architects have suggested a glass roof and a crystal spire.
Thanos, CBD, and Disembodied Pig Brains: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

Thanos, CBD, and Disembodied Pig Brains: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

An awful lot happened this week—some of it good, much of it bad, and a bit of it just plain weird. In the good news category, the Hubble Space Telescope turned 29, New York City passed a world-first
Thanos, CBD, and Disembodied Pig Brains: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

Thanos, CBD, and Disembodied Pig Brains: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

An awful lot happened this week—some of it good, much of it bad, and a bit of it just plain weird. In the good news category, the Hubble Space Telescope turned 29, New York City passed a world-first
Protesters outside Notre Dame chant ‘homeless people need a roof too’

Protesters outside Notre Dame chant ‘homeless people need a roof too’

Around €1 billion (£770 million) was raised in the 24 hours after the fire.
The secretive society of master craftspeople tasked with repairing Notre Dame

The secretive society of master craftspeople tasked with repairing Notre Dame

Who are the Compagnons du Devoir? And do they have the capacity to fix Notre Dame while continuing their care of French architectural treasures.
6 Places in Paris Where You Can Still Experience Notre-Dame’s Medieval Magic

6 Places in Paris Where You Can Still Experience Notre-Dame’s Medieval Magic

In April, a fire devastated Notre-Dame Cathedral, one of Paris’ most beloved monuments. Fortunately, firefighters were able to extinguish the blaze before the 850-year-old building lost its integrity.
French Senate votes to keep Notre Dame Cathedral as it was before the fire

French Senate votes to keep Notre Dame Cathedral as it was before the fire

The French Senate is standing up to efforts in the French government to give Notre Dame Cathedral a modern redesign following the massive fire last month.According to multiple media reports, France's
Modernists Defeated: French Government Forces Traditional Rebuild of Notre Dame

Modernists Defeated: French Government Forces Traditional Rebuild of Notre Dame

The French Senate has voted to reject the plans for rebuilding Notre Dame cathedral in Paris put forward by the French executive including President Emmanuel Macron who wanted an "inventive
Damaged but not destroyed, Notre Dame Cathedral to hold its first mass since fire

Damaged but not destroyed, Notre Dame Cathedral to hold its first mass since fire

Nearly two months after a fire destroyed much of its roof, France's iconic Notre Dame Cathedral is set to hold its first mass since the disaster.What's the background?On April 15, the roof of the
Notre-Dame to Celebrate First Mass Since April Fire

Notre-Dame to Celebrate First Mass Since April Fire

PARIS (AP) — The Notre Dame cathedral is holding its first Mass since the April fire that ravaged the edifice’s roof and caused its masterpiece spire to collapse.
Priests in hard hats celebrate the first mass at Notre Dame since the devastating fire

Priests in hard hats celebrate the first mass at Notre Dame since the devastating fire

The service, with about 30 people in attendance was broadcast live on YouTube. Notre Dame remains "in a fragile state," with the main vault still in danger of collapsing.
Priests wear hard hats in first mass in Notre Dame since fire

Priests wear hard hats in first mass in Notre Dame since fire

Around 30 people could attend the mass, exactly two months since flames ripped through the cathedral.
Criminal Damage Ruled out in Notre Dame Blaze, Prosecutors Investigate Possible Negligence

Criminal Damage Ruled out in Notre Dame Blaze, Prosecutors Investigate Possible Negligence

French prosecutors have ruled out deliberate criminal action in the April fire that destroyed the roof and spire of Notre Dame cathedral, but are investigating possible negligence.
It only took a spark: Investigators give first findings on historic Notre Dame fire

It only took a spark: Investigators give first findings on historic Notre Dame fire

A discarded cigarette The post It only took a spark: Investigators give first findings on historic Notre Dame fire appeared first on Hot Air.