Like Notre Dame in Paris, Britain’s York Minster cathedral has dominated its landscape for centuries, boasting similar architectural characteristics and offering hope for recovery from a devastating inferno. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant visits York to see how artisans there rebuilt after a fire in 1984.
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