France’s Notre Dame Cathedral is expected to reopen for visitors and Catholic masses at the end of 2024.
It will be less than six years after a shocking fire tore through the roof of the building.
The restoration project is currently on track to meet the reopening deadline of December 2024 set by president Emmanuel Macron just after the blaze. Unfortunately, it won’t quite be ready for the Paris Olympics scheduled for summer 2024.
“My job is to be ready to open this cathedral in 2024 – and we will do it,” says General Georgelin, the army general in charge of the reconstruction project.
“We are fighting every day for that and we
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