Mont Saint Michel to be restored

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One of the biggest tourist attractions in France, Mont Saint Michel, is being restored.

The giant granite rock is situated a kilometre off the Normandy coast.

Scientists are working with engineers to remove the silt that has built up, but the project is proving divisive with local residents and businesses.

Christian Fraser reports.

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