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A couple views the National Cathedral from the Central Tower, in Washington D.C.

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Cathedral staff member Edward Nassor plays the Kibbey Carillon, consisting of 53 bronze bells, inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly Riley

Cathedral staff member Edward Nassor plays the Kibbey Carillon, consisting of 53 bronze bells, inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012. UPI/Molly Riley

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      The Washington National Cathedral is pictured from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly Riley

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      Larry Koester, of West Palm Beach, Florida, photographs the Washington National Cathedral from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly Riley

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      Tourists photograph the bronze bells of the Kibbey Carillon inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly Riley

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      A tourist covers her ears during the playing of the Kibbey Carillon, consisting of 53 bronze bells, inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly Riley

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      The south tower of the Washington National Cathedral is pictured from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly Riley

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      Scaffolding surrounds part of the Washington National Cathedral pictured from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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      A tourist photographs damaged pieces of the Washington National Cathedral from the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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      Tourists view the Washington National Cathedral after participating in the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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      Stained glass is photographed inside the Washington National Cathedral after the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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      A couple looks out at the north and south towers of the Washington National Cathedral from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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      Tourists begin the climb up the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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      The Washington National Cathedral in pictured in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower (L) pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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      Scaffolding surrounds part of the Washington National Cathedral pictured from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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      Cathedral staff member Edward Nassor plays the Kibbey Carillon, consisting of 53 bronze bells, inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly Riley

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      A tourist photographs stained glass inside the Washington National Cathedral after the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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      Cathedral staff member Edward Nassor plays the Kibbey Carillon, consisting of 53 bronze bells, inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly Riley

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      A couple looks out at the north and south towers of the Washington National Cathedral from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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      Tourists photograph Cathedral carillonneur Edward Nassor playing the Kibbey Carillon, consisting of 53 bronze bells, inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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  • A couple looks out at the north and south towers of the Washington National Cathedral from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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  • The Washington National Cathedral in pictured in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower (L) pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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  • Tourists begin the climb up the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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  • A tourist photographs damaged pieces of the Washington National Cathedral from the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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  • Tourists view the Washington National Cathedral after participating in the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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  • A tourist photographs stained glass inside the Washington National Cathedral after the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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  • Stained glass is photographed inside the Washington National Cathedral after the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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  • A couple looks out at the north and south towers of the Washington National Cathedral from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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  • Scaffolding surrounds part of the Washington National Cathedral pictured from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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  • Scaffolding surrounds part of the Washington National Cathedral pictured from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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  • Tourists photograph Cathedral carillonneur Edward Nassor playing the Kibbey Carillon, consisting of 53 bronze bells, inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly Riley

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  • A tourist covers her ears during the playing of the Kibbey Carillon, consisting of 53 bronze bells, inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly Riley

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  • Cathedral staff member Edward Nassor plays the Kibbey Carillon, consisting of 53 bronze bells, inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly Riley

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  • Cathedral staff member Edward Nassor plays the Kibbey Carillon, consisting of 53 bronze bells, inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly Riley

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  • A tourist photographs the bronze bells of the Kibbey Carillon inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly Riley

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  • Tourists photograph the bronze bells of the Kibbey Carillon inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly Riley

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  • The south tower of the Washington National Cathedral is pictured from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly Riley

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  • Larry Koester, of West Palm Beach, Florida, photographs the Washington National Cathedral from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly Riley

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  • The Washington National Cathedral is pictured from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly Riley

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The Washington National Cathedral in pictured in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower (L) pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly RileyTourists begin the climb up the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly RileyA tourist photographs damaged pieces of the Washington National Cathedral from the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly RileyTourists view the Washington National Cathedral after participating in the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly RileyA tourist photographs stained glass inside the Washington National Cathedral after the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly RileyStained glass is photographed inside the Washington National Cathedral after the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly RileyA couple looks out at the north and south towers of the Washington National Cathedral from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly RileyScaffolding surrounds part of the Washington National Cathedral pictured from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly RileyScaffolding surrounds part of the Washington National Cathedral pictured from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly RileyTourists photograph Cathedral carillonneur Edward Nassor playing the Kibbey Carillon, consisting of 53 bronze bells, inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.  The central tower pinnacles sustained significant damage during the August earthquake, but the tower has been deemed structurally sound and safe for visitors while Cathedral restoration continues.  UPI/Molly RileyA tourist covers her ears during the playing of the Kibbey Carillon, consisting of 53 bronze bells, inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly RileyCathedral staff member Edward Nassor plays the Kibbey Carillon, consisting of 53 bronze bells, inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly RileyCathedral staff member Edward Nassor plays the Kibbey Carillon, consisting of 53 bronze bells, inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly RileyA tourist photographs the bronze bells of the Kibbey Carillon inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly RileyTourists photograph the bronze bells of the Kibbey Carillon inside the central tower of the Washington National Cathedral during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly RileyThe south tower of the Washington National Cathedral is pictured from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly RileyLarry Koester, of West Palm Beach, Florida, photographs the Washington National Cathedral from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly RileyThe Washington National Cathedral is pictured from the central tower during the first tower climb since the August earthquake, in Washington D.C. on March 24, 2012.    UPI/Molly Riley