French president calls 1,300 experts to diagnose Notre Dame renovation

In less than two weeks following part destruction of historic Notre Dame Cathedral by fire about 1,300 French and international architects and heritage experts have been called to endure good reconstruction work.

Notre Dame Cathedral

French newspaper Le Figaro writes the experts are asked by French President Emmanuel Macron to take necessary time in diagnosis before reaching to a final decision on how to start the renovation work of the iconic cathedral.

Last week the government presented a related bill with the view to speed up reconstruction, setting a goal of rebuilding in five years time, and allow overcoming some usual renovation procedures.

Initial statements of some of the experts suggest five years time is too short to achieve the renovation target of the 856-year-old cathedral.

Meanwhile, historic organization training manual workers, Les Compagnons du Devoir, is learned taking as many students as possible for the work.

French newspaper Le Figaro writes the experts are asked by French President Emmanuel Macron to take necessary time in diagnosis before reaching to a final decision on how to start the renovation work of the iconic cathedral.

One of the students said, “It would be an achievement to be able to say that we participated in the creation of Notre Dame.”

Secretary-general of its training center, Jean-Claude Bellanger, however warned there are no quick fixes.

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