Ignorance, more often than not, means a lack of respect for heritage. So much so that a few months ago,A man has been arrested after graffitiing the walls of the Colosseum in Rome, adding that he “did not know it was a famous monument”. Excuses that do not justify this type of behavior. In a similar situation, a sixteen-year-old teenager was arrested on Thursday after he fell The Gap Sycamore tree, known as the “Robin Hood Tree” is one of the most famous trees in the United Kingdom.
A sycamore maple tree that grew about 300 years ago next to Hadrian’s Wall, built by the Romans in northern England. The Gap sycamore tree also became famous when it appeared in the 1991 film starring Kevin Costner, “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.” It became one of the most photographed in the country. The English County Police stated that a teenager was arrested in connection with the events that took place He described it as an “act of sabotage.”
According to Northumberland National Park officials, the tree was “deliberately cut down during the night.” “This is a world-famous site and today’s events have caused it Shock, grief and anger in the community and beyondSuperintendent Kevin Waring said in a statement, as explained by EFE.
British writer LJ Ross was among those who expressed their grief over the tree being cut down. “I am deeply saddened by the loss of this beautiful and iconic tree, which was the setting for my second book and a source of peace and inspiration for so many,” he explained on Twitter (now X).
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