Notre-Dame cathedral ‘holding up’ two years after Paris fire | The World

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  • ABC News (Australia) published this video item, entitled “Notre-Dame cathedral ‘holding up’ two years after Paris fire | The World” – below is their description.

    It’s been two years since an accidental fire tore through one of Paris’ most famous landmarks. The agency in charge of restoring the Notre-Dame cathedral say it’s “holding up” well. But as Manny Tsigas reports, the original 2024 completion date has been virtually abandoned, with some saying construction could continue for decades.

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