New Zealand Builds A Cathedral Made Entirely Of Cardboard

New Zealand Builds A Cathedral Made Entirely Of Cardboard

New Zealand's Anglican church will build the temporary structure as it works on a permanent replacement.

Emma Hutchings
  • 18 april 2012

New Zealand’s Anglican church is going to have a temporary cathedral built out of cardboard in place of the Victorian-era, Gothic-style landmark in Christchurch, which was badly damaged last year in the earthquake.

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