The Notre Dame cathedral is seen after the hearth in Paris, Tuesday, April 16, 2019. A catastrophic hearth engulfed the upper reaches of Paris’ soaring Notre Dame Cathedral as it was undergoing renovations Monday, threatening one of many biggest architectural treasures of the Western world as vacationers and Parisians seemed on aghast from the streets under.
Specialists are assessing the blackened shell of Paris’ iconic Notre Dame cathedral to determine next steps to save lots of what stays after a devastating hearth destroyed much of the just about 900-yr-previous building.
With the hearth that broke out Monday night and shortly consumed the cathedral now beneath control, consideration is popping to ensuring the structural integrity of the remaining constructing.
Junior Interior Minister Laurent Nunez introduced that architects and other specialists would meet at the cathedral early Tuesday “to find out if the structure is secure and if the firefighters can go inside to continue their work.”
Officials think about the hearth an accident, probably because of restoration work happening at the international architectural treasure, but that news has finished nothing to ease the nationwide mourning.