Notre-Dame fire: Paris surveys aftermath of cathedral blaze

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Image caption, Hundreds of millions of euros have been pledged to rebuild the cathedral

Parisians are examining the full extent of a massive fire at Notre-Dame cathedral.

The fire, which brought down the spire and roof, was declared under control almost nine hours after it started.

President Emmanuel Macron has vowed to rebuild the 12th Century cathedral, describing the blaze as a "terrible tragedy". Hundreds of millions of euros have already been pledged.

Images from inside and outside the cathedral show the extent of the damage.

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Image caption, Inspectors study damage caused by the blaze, the day after it broke out
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Image caption, Sections of the cathedral were under scaffolding as part of extensive renovations
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Image caption, The fire engulfed the cathedral's roof and caused its spire to collapse
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Image caption, In this image taken on Monday evening, the flames can be seen taking hold of the roof
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Image caption, The building's spire and roof collapsed but the main structure was saved
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Image caption, President Emmanuel Macron called it a "terrible tragedy" and vowed to restore the landmark
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Image caption, The Paris prosecutor's office says it has opened an inquiry into "accidental deconstruction by fire"
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Image caption, The fire was declared completely extinguished on Tuesday morning
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Image caption, Notre-Dame cathedral pictured before and after the fire

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