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Flashy French billionaires didn't donate the money to rebuild Notre Dame. Small donors did.

USATODAY.com Friday, 14 June 2019 ()
American and French citizens have footed the bills and paid salaries for the up to 150 workers employed by the cathedral since the April 15 fire.
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A small congregation in white hard hats attended mass at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris on Saturday. According to Reuters, it's the first service since fire devastated the Gothic landmark two months ago. The mass commemorated the cathedral’s consecration as a place of worship. It was held in a...

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