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Preservation Group Says France No Longer Has Trees Tall Enough To Rebuild Notre-Dame

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Preservation Group Says France No Longer Has Trees Tall Enough To Rebuild Notre-Dame

Preservation Group Says France No Longer Has Trees Tall Enough To Rebuild Notre-Dame

According to a report by Business Insider, Bertrand de Feydeau, the vice president of the preservation group Fountain du Patrimoine, announced that France no longer has trees tall enough to rebuild Notre-Dame Cathedral's frame as it once was.

The Washington Post orginally reported that its still possible the cathedral could be rebuilt with smaller beams, or with a metal frame, however both options would be 'unpopular with purists.

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Preservation Group Says France No Longer Has Trees Tall Enough To Rebuild Notre-Dame

PHOTO TAKEN MONDAY APRIL 15 2019




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