the Whole world had grieved when Notre Dame burnt on Monday.
But in the midst of the French grief over the centuries of history in the flames, where a spire and most of the cathedral's roof collapsed, there has been a miracle.
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Around 200,000 bees that live in hives on the cathedral's roof, survived the burning, which was switched off on Tuesday.
The typing of several international media, including AFP news agency French and L'express.
the Beekeeper Nicolas Geant, which stands for to see to the bees kept on top of the Notre Dames vestry, which also called for præsteværelset, expect to be able to see to the bees in the next week.
- the Bees are alive. Until this morning, I had nothing to tell, said Nicolas Geant on Thursday morning.
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- at First I thought the three hives had been burned, and I hadn't gotten anything to know, continued the beekeeper.
But satellite imagery revealed that the bees had escaped the conflagration. The images of the three intact hives has been posted on the French urban beekeeper-business Beeopics Instagram profile.
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Une once d'espoir ! Les photos prises par different levels in drones montrent que les 3 ruches sont toujours a place... a visiblement intactes ! Pour ce qui est des occupantes, le mystère reste entier. Fumée, chaleur, eau... nous verrons si nos courageuses abeilles sont encore parmi nous dès que nous aurons accès à l'emplacement, ce qui risque de prendre beaucoup de temps. Vous serez bien évidemment informés. Nous souhaitons vous remercier pour tous vos messages de soutien, qui nous touchent énormément. #Beeopic #NotreDame #NotreDameDeParis #apiculture #abeilles #ruches #espoir #paris #battantes
Since the iconic monument was wrapped in fire, the beekeeper gotten calls from Europe, south Africa, USA and south america from concerned supporters, who would hear about the bees ' fate.
According to the beekeeper's Notre Dame-the bees a kind that do not leave their home when the heat is on. Instead they eat large quantities of their honey and will be at the dronningebien.
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Bees have been bred on Notre Dames tag since 2013, and their honey is sold to the employees.
The surviving bees are not the only good news that has been on Notre Dame since the fire on Monday. The cathedral's organ was not swallowed in the flames, several irreplaceable artifacts were saved from the church, and it has emerged that the wealthy minority and women are prepared to throw millions after the reconstruction.