Iron reinforcements were already used in the construction of Notre-Dame cathedral | Conservation

What is Notre-Dame made of? There is news in the answer to this question. New research published on Wednesday shows, for the first time, that iron reinforcements were used in the construction of this Gothic-style cathedral in Paris. It is even suggested that thousands of these frames were used throughout the monument. The analysis that led to these results took place after the 2019 fire and the restoration work that followed.

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