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France to hold international competition for redesign of Notre Dame's iconic spire

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 17 April 2019
French prime minister Edouard Philippe said officials will consider whether a new spire should replicate the one that fell or have its a new design.
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France announced Wednesday that it will open the redesign of Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral’s historic spire to international architects after it was destroyed on Monday night. Reuters reports President Emmanuel Macron said in a prime-time address to the nation on Tuesday that Notre-Dame would be...

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