JUST IN: Photos from the inside of Notre Dame Cathedral look WAY BETTER than you’d think!

From the images we’ve been seeing all day of the Notre Dame Cathedral, you’d think the cathedral portion would be nearly unrecognizable.

But that’s not even remotely the case. Here are a few photos that show the interior of the cathedral after the fire.

Photo one:

 
Photo two:



Photos three and four which were both taken by Philippe Wojazer from Reuters:

 

 
The altar remained intact with the Cross above it, as one reporter points out:

Bacqué write: “In the nave, cluttered by the remains of the spire in pieces, the altar remained intact, with its cross #NotreDame”

Her’s a video that shows firefighters looking into the cathedral from earlier today. You can clearly see sparks falling from above:

Pretty amazing! I must say I was expecting a lot worse.

The roof is still a big concern though, as it could collapse at any point.

But it looks like there’s still a lot to work with.

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