In Photos: The Damage Inside Notre Dame Cathedral After the Fire

A day after the devastating blaze that destroyed the roof and spire of the Notre-Dame cathedral, investigators and photographers were able to get a first look at the damage inside, including the preservation of a number of valuable artifacts and features among piles of debris and a heavily damaged roof. Private citizens and companies in France have stepped forward, pledging hundreds of millions of euros to help restore the treasured building.

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This picture shows the altar surrounded by charred debris inside the Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris in the aftermath of a fire that devastated the building.

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This photo provided by the Paris Fire Brigade shows firefighters spraying water inside the Notre-Dame cathedral.

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Flames are visible through holes in the ceiling of the Notre-Dame cathedral.

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This image taken from a France Télévisions video shows a remote-controlled vehicle inspecting the fire damage inside the Notre-Dame cathedral.

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The interior of the Notre-Dame cathedral is seen through a doorway on April 16, 2019, the day after the fire.

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Debris is visible inside the Notre-Dame cathedral on April 16, 2019, a day after a fire devastated the building.

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A view of the stained-glass windows inside the damaged Notre-Dame cathedral, seen during a visit by French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner.

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A view of the damaged roof of the Notre-Dame cathedral.

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A picture taken on April 16, 2019, shows an interior view of the floor of the Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris in the aftermath of a fire that devastated the structure.

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  1. Deborah Souders says

    I am sure these pictures do not do justice to the horrible views there! So very sad to see but I know as does the world the church will be restored to it’s glory once again. The monies pledged prove there is “FAITH and Kindness” in this world! Love the pictures that were taken by “everyday” people too.