Are you really this simple?They say they're going to rebuild it. What's the point other than the obvious one, ie. they want to keep it as a functional, operating building and major tourist attraction (it's this and the Eiffel Tower that bring the bodies in).
I can understand the US rebuilding the twin towers because to a large degree it's like for like but how can anything modern, all modular and imported from China, even begin to compare with the original in this case?
Personally I think they should just focus on preserving the ruins (they are authentic so just leave them be) but that won't bring so many tourists in, nor will it appease the understandable national need to do something by way of rebuilding as a means of 'healing' the wounds. So they'll end up with a half modern, half ancient monstrosity instead.
I know you prick. I was just saying my opinion is it won't be the same. Relax.Are you really this simple?
They would reconstruct to the original design, using traditional skills and tradesmen. There's an entire industry of heritage tradesmen who do this extremely well. They aren't just gonna slap a corrugated roof on top.