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Notre Dame cathedral fire could ease France's shortage of artisans

Deutsche Welle Sunday, 13 October 2019
Restoration work on Paris' iconic cathedral has yet to begin six months since the fire, but some good has come of it. Now more people are taking an interest in learning the skilled trades needed to rebuild Notre Dame.
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News video: Slow progress for Notre-Dame, months after fire

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Renovations of Notre-Dame are taking &quot;more time than expected&quot; six months after a devastating fire, the Paris cathedral&apos;s archpriest, Patrick Chauvet, said on Tuesday. Ciara Lee reports.

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