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Parisians take the painful farewell of Notre-Dame

"Parisians take the painful farewell of Notre-Dame" "During the time that medeltidskatedralen Notre-Dame is passionate about fully in Paris mourn the 41-yea

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Parisians take the painful farewell of Notre-Dame
"Parisians take the painful farewell of Notre-Dame"

"During the time that medeltidskatedralen Notre-Dame is passionate about fully in Paris mourn the 41-year-old Eric Nottey."

"teary-eyed, he stands and looks at the fire from a bridge over the river Seine."

"– It is a part of our soul that is engulfed in those flames, " he says softly to the TT."

"Nottey had just come home from work when he learned of what had happened and decided to immediately take to the scene of the fire."

" I have come to say goodbye. There won't be anything left of her after this, " he says sorrowful."

"Eric Nottey call the fire a loss for humanity."

" It's not just a building that is burning. Notre Dame has traveled over Paris for over 850 years, and for us parisians, it is as if it is a loved one who has passed away."

"the Sun has gone down, but the flames which are to devour Notre Dame beats still up against the sky. Thousands of tourists and parisians gathered on the bridges to get a glimpse of the brutal fire."

"the Sirens screeching while the police and fire departments trying to get through the folksamlingarna. Many filming and taking cards, while others merely stand quietly and look on."

"Parisiskan Capucine Martin, 23 years old, threw himself directly on his vespa to go to Notre Dame when she heard the news."

"– It is so terribly awful, I had to come and see it for myself, " she says to TT."

"all of a Sudden she hits the hands to the mouth and pointing -"

"– Check it out, have you seen the flames, it will not be anything left, she exclaims."

"Capucine Martin adds that she can't imagine their town without Notre Dame."

"Sheyla Polo, 28, is from Spain and working for four years as a tour guide in Paris."

"– It is not possible to make. I walk past her and talk about her every day, and now she will not exist any longer."

"– It is as if the Eiffel tower would collapse together. Notre Dame mean as much to Paris."

"Li-Hsin Chang, 34 years old, from Taiwan, was on his French course, a few hundred metres from Notre Dame, when she heard about the fire. She says that she now stood and looked at the flames for over an hour."

" I had to come and see it with your own eyes. Notre Dame is my favoritmonument in Paris and was the first historical building I visited when I moved here a year and a half ago."

"– this makes me so very sad. There are barely words to describe how horrible it is, " continues Li-Hsin Chang."

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