A few days ago, the square of the Cathedral of Notre Dame reopened, after the fire that occurred in the enclosure in April 2019.
The reopening took place last weekend, where locals and travelers met after just over three years.
According to The Associated Press, the opening was achieved after a massive cleanup to remove toxic lead dust left behind after the fire.
In addition, officials said the site will be constantly cleaned and monitored for public health as renovations to the cathedral continue.
Notre Dame is expected to be able to reopen to the public in 2024.
For his part, the Archbishop of Paris, Michel Aupetit, said that while the reopening of the cathedral is awaited, a small chapel could be installed on the esplanade.
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