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Returning a favour...140 years later: why Hungary are sending Notre Dame donations

euronews Tuesday, 16 April 2019 ()
Several cities in Hungary have offered donations toward the reconstruction of Notre Dame as a form of repaying kindness to Paris, which sent help during a natural disaster in Hungary more than a century ago
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French billionaire François-Henri Pinault and his family announced they'll donate more than $113 million for the cathedral's reconstruction.

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