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660/5000Gold Eden "Paris' Honey" is a conceptual project aimed at rebuilding the roof of the Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris. - The new idea assumes the use of hexagons, which are Venetian mirrors, in order to combine two worlds, real and spiritual. From the Outside it creates the aura of a honeycomb, but inside there is a garden that forms flowers and exotic birds. All this charm aims to bring each one of us to Eden, to Paradise. - The hexagons hovering over the roof symbolize bees during the day which are the symbol of Mary, the Mother of God who is the patron of the Cathedral, and at night the hexagons of the luminous symbolize souls crossing our worlds.

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