Notre-Dame de Paris

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The Notre-Dame de Paris, also known as the Notre-Dame Cathedral, is the most famous of the Gothic cathedrals of the Middle Ages and is distinguished for its size, antiquity, and architectural interest.

In 2013, Dominique Venner committed suicide in the cathedral. He had been an opponent of the mass immigration to and the legalization of same-sex marriage in France.

In 2019, the cathedral suffered serious damages in a fire. Authorities quickly stated that arson was not the cause. Regardless, 2018 statistics released by the French police showed that 875 of France’s 42,258 churches and 59 cemeteries were vandalised.[1] Various Muslim, non-White, and leftist individuals celebrated the fire or did not see it as negative.[2]

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  1. NO RESPECT Thugs set fire to churches and smear poo on walls amid warnings France’s Christian heritage is under attack from ‘militant secularism’
  2. Who Hates Notre Dame?