The fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris has raised questions about the condition of thousands of other cathedrals and historic___61___ (structure) across Europe. It also raises questions about whether European governments are doing enough___62___ (keep) up and care for such buildings.
Tibor Navracsics, the European Union’s top culture official, told The Associated Press that “we are so used to our outstanding cultural heritage that we tend to forget that it___63___ (need) constant care and attention.” Some people say the fire was a wake-up call, not just for Europe, ___64___ the whole world.
Large fires have long robbed humanity___65___ knowledge, art and treasures. In 2015, the German engineering company Siemens ___66___ (find) that Scotland had about ten ___67___ (damage) fires a year, while England lost at least a dozen listed buildings a year. In Germany, seventy historic buildings have been___68___ (heavy) damaged since 2000.
Experts say that___69___ is needed is continuous attention and maintenance. Some say world-renowned monuments like Notre Dame are the driving force behind tourism and should get more respect. Quaedvlieg-Mihailovicis, who heads the heritage group Europa Nostra, noted the ___70___ (important) of such respect. “Cultural heritage is a gold mine. You cannot exploit it and then just leave the mine and go to another one.” she said.
【答案】61. structures 62. to keep 63. needs 64. but 65. of 66. found 67. damaging 68. heavily 69. what