Miracle of Notre Dame; Bees Survived from the Fire

A small miracle took place in the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France, in a fire. The main character of the miracle was “Bee”.

Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France On Tuesday, four days after the fire, news of the life of 180,000 bees living on the roof of the cathedral were reported.

“The flame did not cover the beehive, thankfully,” said Beekeeper Nicolai Jiang, 51, who has been managing the bee in the cathedral, according to British daily Guardian.

He set up three beehives on the roof of the side of Notre Dame Cathedral and raised about 180,000 bees each, with 60,000 each.

In Paris, the City Beeking is being held on the rooftops of Notre Dame Cathedral, the Orsay Museum, the Opera Garnier Theater, and the Grand Palais Museum.

He tried to ascend the rooftops directly after the fire in the cathedral, confirming the bees’ life and death, but the French police and firefighters, who were concerned about safety, blocked it.

It was through the aerial photographs of Notre Dame Cathedral that the hope that bees might have survived.

It was in the photograph that the beehive was in place.

“I can see that all of the photos have been burnt down in fire, and a hole has been made on the roof of the cathedral, but three beehives are still there,” said Jiang.

Beeopic, a French city beekeeper, then posted an aerial photo with a beehive on its official instagram and said it had received an official confirmation from a field officer, saying “All our bees in Notre Dame are all right!”

Jiang said the beehive seems to have been avoided because it was 30 meters away from the roof of the cathedral where the beehive had suffered intensive damage.

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A small miracle took place in the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France, in a fire. The main character of the miracle was "Bee".

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