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Notre Dame Rebuilt In 5 Years

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ChillDoubt | 07:56 Wed 17th Apr 2019 | News
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....claims President Macron.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-47957400

I took a guess at 20(it took 200 to build it apparently) so I hope he’s right, would like to see it done within my lifetime.

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my company is French owned, and the parent company is owned by 2 brothers, one of whom is said to be the 41st richest man in the world. he personally has pledged EUR10m, and placed his international construction company at the disposal of the restoration effort. only if you are French, lived in france or understand the french psyche could you understand how...
09:20 Wed 17th Apr 2019
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For anyone who missed it on the other thread and would like to donate:

http://www.notredamedeparis.fr/friends/donate/

er paschal theme?
yeah sozza Chilldo - I know you feel I am a thread killer ....
but - or notwithstanding ....

Jesus answered them, "Destroy this temple, and I will raise it again in three days."

obvious parallel ( er to someone who read Jn 2.18)
It is Holy Week for chrissakes
Eef 'e can rebuild it 'even more beautifully' zen waat is all the hoo-haa about?

Cinq ans? Pas de chance.
no ah seenk- - - no I think Macron will be King Herod and kiinda say
get on with it you helots ! work harder damn you

(mixed my cultures there, sozza)
A bit ambitious if you ask me. For starters are there enough craftsmen available to do the work?

And despite what people are saying about 'we have machines now' yes we do for lifting but all other work has to be done in the same manner as it was before, or it is not restoration.

I'd reckon 15-20 before fully complete. Maybe 'open' in 5.
I wonder if it will finished before Trump's wall.
The main structure is sound, it seems that it is only the roof and spire that needs rebuilding, and obviously a lot of tiding up in the interior.
there was an advert on facebook earlier - "WANTED: Roofers for big job in Paris - 4300SqM of lead tiles at 60deg pitch....."

the York minster fire occurred in 1984. 35 years on, restoration work continues. before the rebuilding can begin, they need to decide if it will be rebuilt like-for-like, or whether the roof supports will be rendered in modern materials....
"For anyone who missed it on the other thread and would like to donate: "

I'm sure my £2.50 will really help that 600 million euro.

All they need do is get the 600M euro together, and then scrape interest off the top.
my company is French owned, and the parent company is owned by 2 brothers, one of whom is said to be the 41st richest man in the world. he personally has pledged EUR10m, and placed his international construction company at the disposal of the restoration effort. only if you are French, lived in france or understand the french psyche could you understand how profoundly this has affected French society. making cheap political shots based on your own prejudices is a little off-beam.
Will they need the original plans- do they even exist?
They could use the game Assasins creed to replicate the building.

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/notre-dame-fire-how-assassins-14383800
I agree mushroom, unfortunately some just cannot resist the cheap jibe however inappropiate it may be.

As I understand it the building had one of those 3D imaging plans done on it so htey should be ok for 'plans'.

I doubt very much it will be done in modern fashions, that would ruin the look totally. Knowing the French they will shun daft 'elf n safety regs and restore it properly rather than rebuild. Well I sincerely hope they do.
Mushroom, I agree with you.
//A bit ambitious if you ask me. For starters are there enough craftsmen available to do the work? //

They’ve been building a castle from scratch using traditional methods and materials (even clothing) In France for some while now, it’s pretty cool
https://www.guedelon.fr/en/introduction_75.html

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