Macron vows to rebuild a 'more beautiful' Notre-Dame in 5 years | Inquirer Lifestyle

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Roses have been laid near Notre-Dame-de Paris Cathedral a day after a fire devastated the cathedral in central Paris on April 16, 2019. - French investigators probing the devastating blaze at Notre-Dame Cathedral on April 15, 2019, questioned workers who were renovating the monument on April 16, as hundreds of millions of euros were pledged to restore the historic masterpiece. As firefighters put out the last smouldering embers, a host of French billionaires and companies stepped forward with offers of cash worth around 600 million euros ($680 million) to remake the iconic structure. (Photo by ludovic MARIN / AFP)

Macron vows to rebuild a ‘more beautiful’ Notre-Dame in 5 years