With the putting down of the Notre Dame cathedral, the whole world was in shock and misery to be not able to see the iconic structure anytime soon. However the massive donations from all over the world has already made the renovation process pick up. The Notre Dame reconstruction is just one of the story that we have come across. In the past there were many stories and the monuments that has been put down, reconstructed and rebuilt which we might not have come across. Let us learn about some of these structures that had been put down and back in the most silent way.
In the north of Paris lies the Champagne region is the Reims Cathedral which is nothing less than the Notre Dame. The cathedral was completely destroyed in by fire and then rebuilt in 1210. Not only this after so much of restoration and rebuilding work, the Reims caught the fire again in 1481. Even after all this the cathedral has suffered enormously during the various wars and has been close to damaged but has been reconstructed many times and still standing tall and high.
At the end of the world war 2, Hiroshima had suffered a lot with the massive destruction due to the bomb blast which got the Hiroshima into pieces. But it was rebuilt and now when you walk through it you can still find the pieces of destruction lying here and there.
After the bomb blast in Frankfurt during the World War 2 , The Altstadt was completely destroyed. But now when you walk through it you can see the charm of the place restored with various shops, malls and complexes nearby.
1755 the Ribeira Palace was completely destroyed due to the earthquake, which was one of the deadliest in the recorded history. But now when you visit the place you can see the old world charm and the beautiful vibe.
Around 1990s the Russian government asked for the reconstruction of many structures including the Cathedral of Christ. But now it has been restored tall and proud after the renovation process.
Occupied by the britishers during the world war 2, Fort Manoel lost its existence and was decommissioned in 1964 up until 2001 when the restoration began. The work is still going on but the main areas remain open for visitors and for the shooting of the famous show Game of Thrones.
Destroyed during the world war 2 due to various incidents, blasts and war Frauenkirche was reconstructed and restored in 2005 and now you would not get a hint of its destruction.
Since 1985 after the reconstruction the Yellow Crane tower has managed to maintain the charm which was lost during wars and blasts.
During the Croat-Bosnia was the bridge was completely demolished and destroyed to destruction. Now it stands as one of the most beautiful attractions of all time.
St Mark was destroyed due to various climatic factors, wars and multiple fire attacks. Now it stands as one of the most popular tourist attractions of the Italy.