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On the evening of April 15, 2019, hoary plumes of smoke erupted from Notre-Dame Cathedral and rolled across the rooftops of the Ile de la Cité in Paris, France. World leaders expressed their condolences over the loss, and many experts publicly warned that, though it can be rebuilt, the 12th-century monument to Catholicism will never "be the same". By the end of the next day, cathedral bells tolled across the city in honor of the devastating fire and hundreds of millions in euros already haddoi:10.21814/vista.3044 fatcat:wgwerikwtrdorm4cqdamwlj7ia