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Notre Dame de Paris, 17 February 2012. The four ancient bells, hung 45 meters high in the north tower, are filed one after the other. Once unhooked, they are descended to the ground carefully, through a succession of loculis, built for this purpose at the time of the Middle Ages. Started at 4pm, the operation ends at 9pm.
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20121103-002
Notre Dame de Paris, 17 February 2012. The four ancient bells, hung 45 meters high in the north tower, are filed one after the other. Once unhooked, they are descended to the ground carefully, through a succession of loculis, built for this purpose at the time of the Middle Ages. Started at 4pm, the operation ends at 9pm.

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