New Photos Provide a Glimpse of the Damage Inside Notre Dame

Published On 04/16/2019 Published On 04/16/2019
Firefighters begin assessing the damage inside Notre Dame on late Monday and early Tuesday. | Omar Havana/Getty Images News
A view from the entrance of Notre Dame late on Monday, April 15. | PHILIPPE WOJAZER/AFP/Getty Images
Smoke rises from a pile of rubble that fell in front of the altar, which appears to be intact. | PHILIPPE WOJAZER/AFP/Getty Images
Flames and smoke appear along gaping holes in the stone ceiling of Notre Dame cathedral. | PHILIPPE WOJAZER/AFP/Getty Images
Embers fall from the ceiling of the cathedral into the interior. | PHILIPPE WOJAZER/AFP/Getty Images
Some of the religious artifacts and treasures saved from the fire. | Chesnot/Getty Images
Historical treasures saved from the fire were taken to a room at Paris City Hall. | Chesnot/Getty Images
A look through the front door at the rubble -- and surviving statues -- inside of Notre Dame. | Dan Kitwood/Getty Images
Charred rubble and debris stands before the altar. | CHRISTOPHE PETIT TESSON/AFP/Getty Images
In the light from gashes in the ceiling, many pews appear intact amid water on the floor after the fire. | CHRISTOPHE PETIT TESSON/AFP/Getty Images
A massive hole in the ceiling exposes Notre Dame's interior to the elements. | CHRISTOPHE PETIT TESSON/AFP/Getty Images
Some of the cathedral's windows did not survive the fire. | Dan Kitwood/Getty Images
Firefighters and structural experts are assessing damage to Notre Dame. | Victoria Jones/PA Images via Getty Images
An interior view of Notre Dame cathedral from 2015. | Salvatore Laporta/KONTROLAB /LightRocket via Getty Images