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Geoff Pearce
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Re: Notre Dame

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Cliff Evans wrote:
15 Apr 2019, 20:34
So sad to see on the news this iconic building on fire. I visited the Cathedral a few years back.. It is / was one of the most beautiful buildings I have ever had the pleasure of visiting. It was also, even with all the vistors it has on a daily basis the most peacfull restfull place to be. Very very sad.
Should have been House of Commons :lol:

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jimbo
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Re: Notre Dame

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Geoff Pearce wrote:
16 Apr 2019, 16:49
Cliff Evans wrote:
15 Apr 2019, 20:34
So sad to see on the news this iconic building on fire. I visited the Cathedral a few years back.. It is / was one of the most beautiful buildings I have ever had the pleasure of visiting. It was also, even with all the vistors it has on a daily basis the most peacfull restfull place to be. Very very sad.
Should have been House of Commons :lol:
I very much doubt there would be 600 mill worth of donations to fix that!

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mjcp
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Re: Notre Dame

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jimbo wrote:
16 Apr 2019, 18:51
I very much doubt there would be 600 mill worth of donations to fix that!
Wasn't there something about £350 mill a week to keep it a few years back?

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