res‧to‧ra‧tion [uncountable and countable]
when you repair something such as an old building or a piece of furniture, so that it looks the same as when it was first built or made
a fund for the restoration of historic buildings
Major restoration work will begin in May.
the act of bringing back a law, tax, or system of government
They're fighting for the restoration of democratic rights.
the restoration of the monarchy in Spain
the return of Charles II as King of England in 1660, and the period afterwards
Restoration comedy/drama (=plays written during this time in England)
the act of officially giving something back to its former owner [= return]
an attempt to secure the restoration of their lands