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11 Photos That Reveal What Miraculously Survived the Fire at Notre-Dame

The monument was saved from total destruction, but it still took a beating.
IMAGE PHILIPPE WOJAZER / GETTY IMAGES
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Yesterday, the whole world watched as Notre-Dame Cathedral went up in flames. For a moment, it seemed that the whole structure might be razed—but emergency workers were able to extinguish the fire before it took the whole building. Now, French authorities will have to assess the damage, and chart a course for restoration. (French billionaires François-Henri Pinault and Bernard Arnault have already pledged hundreds of millions to the cause.) Here, some of the first photos of the aftermath of the fire.

A view from outside the cathedral reveals a damaged interior.


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A few embers seem to have still been smoldering last night.


French President Emmanuel Macron (center) looks inside the Notre-Dame Cathedral following the fire.


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A shot of Notre-Dame's interior, with some smoke still billowing up.


Firemen enter the monument to extinguish lingering fires in the ceiling.


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Firefighters take in the damage.


A view of the Pietà by Nicolas Coustoues—a statue dating back to the early 1700s—damaged by the fire.


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Firefighters walk past the entrance of Notre-Dame, past which extensive damage is visible.


A view of the wreckage inside the cathedral.


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A detail of the damage to the roof. Authorities have said the two-thirds of the roof has been lost.


A shot of the debris inside the structure.


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This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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