The first pictures from inside the famed Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris after a fire ravaged the historic landmark are out. They show the stone vaulting largely intact, though some portions of it have collapsed. The images show the interior architecture of the 850 year old cathedral, as well as statues at the altar, have been relatively undamaged. The fire destroyed the wooden roof and collapsed the spire. Firefighters were able to save the two bell towers and the facade at the front of the landmark.
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