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Copenhagen’s mayor will use Notre-Dame example for rebuilding of fire-damaged Old Stock Exchange

# Copenhagen’s mayor plans to look at France’s response to the fire in the Notre-Dame cathedral when handling the blaze in the Danish capital’s Old Stock Exchange building. The 400-year-old complex sustained extensive damage when a fire broke out on Tuesday, with its spire toppling and a large roof section collapsing. The owners of the building, the Danish Chamber of Commerce, has vowed to rebuild the landmark. Mayor Sophie Haestorp Anderson, says she will travel to Paris next month to learn about the restoration of the Notre-Dame.