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France to open redesign of Notre-Dame's spire to international architects

Reuters Wednesday, 17 April 2019
France will open the redesign of the Notre-Dame de Paris' iconic roofline to international architects after Monday night's blaze gutted the oak-framed structure and sent its 300-foot spire crashing through its vaulted ceiling, the prime minister said on Wednesday.
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News video: Will Notre-Dame's Spire Be Rebuilt As It Was Or Receive A Modern Twist?

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Following Monday's catastrophic blaze, France is opening the redesign of Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral’s historic spire to international architects. Now many are asking if the national symbol should be restored as it was or receive a modern update. While the cathedral was erected in the 12th...

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