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Massive Fire Destroys Natural History Museum In Delhi

April 26, 2016

Natural History Museum (National Museum of Natural History) at Delhi is destroyed by fire this morning: the fire safety system in the building was not working.

Even 35 fire engines couldn’t save it.


Architecture, or not architecture: this was a loss that could be prevented.

Nature, Ecology, the value of preservation, conservation and that of Memories, clashing with costs of adhering to Fire Safety and building by laws.

Massive Fire Destroys Natural History Museum In Delhi
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