Cash needed to save Paris landmark which attracts 12-14 million people each year, amid fears parts of the exterior could fall

The archbishop of Paris is on a €100mfundraising drive to save the crumbling gargoyles and gothic arches of Notre Dame cathedral.

Every year 12-14 million people visit the 12th century Parisian landmark on an island in the Seine river. Building began around 850 years ago, but pollution and the passing of time have chipped off large chunks of stone.

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