In April to April 15, Notre-Dame Cathedral was partially consumed by the blaze. A month later, the building was reinforced and donations for the reconstruction of the building reached astronomical quantities. Month…

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In April to April 15, Notre-Dame Cathedral was partially consumed by the blaze. A month later, the building was reinforced and donations for the reconstruction of the building reached astronomical quantities. A month later, many photographers managed to break into the building to capture some images of the devastation that has prevailed since the passage of Lincendia.
Chairs, beams and decorative items, is now a huge pile of burnt wood occupying the center of the monument. Stone columns cut with black paint, the blemishes of remains of one of the most-visited French monuments that the facade carries in place, thanks largely to the Belgian beams. A net has also been put on the rise so the debris doesn’t fall from the highest monument.
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Will Notre Dame Cathedral return to the same face once restoration work is complete? Not more uncertain, as many architects let their creativity be taken away by how the building can regain its size. That’s true of Belgian architect Vincent Klebot.
In any case, the images suggest it will take five years, according to French President Emmanuel Macro, but above all a lot of work to make that part of French heritage, its size being Dante.