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Notre-Dame Cathedral fire: Two years on, how is restoration work going at the Paris landmark?

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The rector of Paris' Notre-Dame Cathedral told Euronews that he felt "hopeful" that the reconstruction was still on track despite delays due to COVID and lead contamination.

Added on the 14/04/2021 18:59:07 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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