Comments:Notre Dame in Paris catches fire

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source523:01, 30 April 2019

Curious reasons for the fire, as there were no people. Perhaps someone was smoking and then left shortly before the place was closing, or electricity fault..

Gryllida (talk)06:39, 16 April 2019

想想中国圆明园

Jiangchaowiki (talk)03:35, 22 April 2019

它是什麼? " 国圆明园 "

Gryllida (talk)06:49, 22 April 2019

He or she mentioned an historical event: a palace of China named 'The Old Summer Palace' (Yuanmingyuan Garden) was burnt up by Armies' union of French and UK, in Qing Dynasty. Now, today... paid back ... it's Notre Dame in Paris...

I think: it's not a good news no matter what type of architecture from which country were destroyed. It's a loss of art and the world...

Jason M. C., Han (talk)09:56, 29 April 2019

I think that training is necessary to achieve your goals, even if they are non-existant. In such cases, that is working hard to be good at doing nothing.