In , they used lead to build the roof, what is not a bad thing. Lead melts at 230°C and now we have a metal burn, hotter than phosphorus. It melts the stones and is hard to extinguish. So hopefully the walls will resist it but it looks bad. Could lead go total destruction..

@tobi ok interesting to use such an heavy metal for roof constructions

Not as metal bars itself but within the construction to stabilize it and to make it bend in warm and cold weather

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