5 Famous Tourist Attractions The World Lost In The Last 5 Years

A month ago, a big fire captured the jewel of Gothic architecture in Notre Dame de Paris. The fire spread among the cathedrals, rocked the world and raised a strong solidarity with France. This sad thing is, even if you love Expedia, you will still have a robotic pipe vendor to tailor to your search.

  1. Notre-Dame de Paris, Paris, France

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The fire that spread through Notre-Dame de Paris struck everyone and became a tragedy for all the citizens of France. A masterpiece of French Gothic architecture was hit hard by April 15, 2019. According to the police, the fire began in the center of the roof of the cathedral. The causes of this tragedy are still under investigation. One theory states that fire can be associated with construction work that took place in the cathedral in the event of a catastrophic fire.

  1. Legzira Beach, Sidi Ifni, Morocco

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Two of the most beautiful arches on the beach Legzira was one of the milestones and symbols of Morocco, until one of them disappeared in May 2016. Many of the wreckage of the coast was the only one of the natural wonders that attracted many tourists to the beach.

  1. Temple of Bel, Palmyra, Syria

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The main temple of Palmyra was damaged in 2015 during the war in Syria. It was one of the most important religious buildings of the first century ad and the entire ancient world. Now there are only a couple of columns in the ruins.

  1. Joshua Tree National Park, California, USA

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Joshua Tree national park is an amazing place that has unique desert eco-systems with unreal geological factors and a huge placements of the most irregular plants. In January 2019 the park did stay open to the public during the 35 days of the government shutting down.

  1. The Little Mermaid, Copenhagen, Denmark

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The sculpture was made by Edward Eriksen in 1909 and we have actually lost this monument many times in the short history it has. He played twice as much with the amazing mermaid, lost his arm, and was full of countless paint and graffiti.

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