Haunting Photos Of The Notre Dame Cathedral's Charred Remains
The massive fire that broke out and burned well into the night at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris was "completely under control" as of early Tuesday morning.
Images from the outside of the more than 850-year-old cathedral revealed a roof aflame, and shocking videos captured its iconic spire collapsing.
Now, several photos offer a glimpse of the inside of the cathedral.
The fire, which is believed to have started in the attic of the cathedral, broke out at around 6:30 p.m.
Local time Monday.
Around 400 firefighters worked to contain the flames; one was seriously injured, officials said.
There is still much that is unknown about the fire, including what started it, and the extent of the damage inside of the cathedral.