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Good thing you made sure to protect the interiors. It's always best to consider your safety throughout the process. Anyway, how is the restoration now? Were there any problems?

Good thing they added protective layers to its interiors. Many people are probably glad of the outcome of this project! How long has it been restored since then?

Without protection, it's easily to get a serious accident.

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Paul Goldberger Lecture:
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