Notre-Dame two-year rebuild ends, restoration to begin

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Almost two and a half years after it was almost destroyed by fire, work to secure the structure of Notre-Dame cathedral has been completed, making way now for the restoration of the Paris landmark which is due to reopen to the public in 2024.

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France's Notre-Dame cathedral is finally ready to undergo restoration work more than two years after a blaze ravaged the heritage landmark, and remains on course to reopen in 2024 following months of painstaking work to secure the building, reports FRANCE 24.