They are denouncing the cutting down of one of the UK's most famous trees – El Sol de Zacatecas

One of the most photographed trees in the UK, it is located near Hadrian's Wall in north-east England “deliberately cut”On Thursday, he denounced the director of the national park in which it was planted.

“The Northumberland National Park Authority can confirm that the iconic sycamore tree unfortunately fell during the night.”He said in a statement.

“We have reason to believe it was dropped intentionally.”he added.

Located near a wall The Roman era was created to prevent the invasion of barbarian hordesThis majestic maple tree was featured in a stunning landscape in Kevin Costner's 1991 film “Robin Hood.”

According to photos posted on social media, only one foot remains of the trunk of the tree that was chosen as “Tree of the Year” in 2016.

Local police announced the start of an investigation.


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Local MP Mary Foy denounced A 'A ridiculous act of vandalism' And the “tragic” one for the northeastern settlement.

He added: “A very sad day for the famous Sycamore Gap, which will cause pain to many people across the country, and even the world.”

On the social network “Definitely a chainsaw cut.”

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