LONDONDERRY, NORTHERN IRELAND - MARCH 21:   Some of the inscriptions left in the Temple shortly before thousands of people gathered to watch the Temple set ablaze on March 21, 2015 in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Members of the public have used the Temple for the last seven days as a space for contemplation and remembrance, leaving mementos, messages and photographs in its interior. Temple, made of an intricate timber frame was built by the cross communities of Derry, working with the Artichoke Trust project and partners, the Nerve Centre and the Waterside Neighbourhood Partnership with David Best describing the concept behind the temple for people to "share in the celebration of peace in Northern Ireland". (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images).