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Rubble and damage in the Notre-Dame Cathedral is seen one month after the fire, in Paris, May 15.   Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS

Rubble and damage in the Notre-Dame Cathedral is seen one month after the fire, in Paris, May 15. Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS

Rubble and damage in the Notre-Dame Cathedral is seen one month after the fire, in Paris, May 15. Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS
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Rubble and damage at the altar in the Notre-Dame Cathedral one month after the fire.  Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS

Rubble and damage at the altar in the Notre-Dame Cathedral one month after the fire. Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS

Rubble and damage at the altar in the Notre-Dame Cathedral one month after the fire. Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS
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Damaged chairs and rubble in the Notre-Dame Cathedral one month after the fire. 

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Damaged chairs and rubble in the Notre-Dame Cathedral one month after the fire. Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS

Damaged chairs and rubble in the Notre-Dame Cathedral one month after the fire. Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS
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A worker stands on scaffolding near the rubble in the Notre-Dame Cathedral one month after the fire. Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS

A worker stands on scaffolding near the rubble in the Notre-Dame Cathedral one month after the fire. Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS

A worker stands on scaffolding near the rubble in the Notre-Dame Cathedral one month after the fire. Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS
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A protective net inside the Notre-Dame Cathedral one month after the fire. Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS

A protective net inside the Notre-Dame Cathedral one month after the fire. Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS

A protective net inside the Notre-Dame Cathedral one month after the fire. Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS
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A worker stands on scaffolding near rubble in the Notre-Dame Cathedral one month after the fire. Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS

A worker stands on scaffolding near rubble in the Notre-Dame Cathedral one month after the fire. Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS

A worker stands on scaffolding near rubble in the Notre-Dame Cathedral one month after the fire. Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS
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Workers stand amid rubble in the Notre-Dame Cathedral one month after the fire.  



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Workers stand amid rubble in the Notre-Dame Cathedral one month after the fire. Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS

Workers stand amid rubble in the Notre-Dame Cathedral one month after the fire. Philippe Lopez/Pool via REUTERS
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