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Wnętrze katedry Notre Dame po pożarze (11)

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TOPSHOT - A picture shows a protective net in the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral during preliminary work one month after it sustained major fire damage on May 15, 2019, in Paris. - The April 15, fire destroyed the roof and steeple of the 850-year-old Gothic cathedral. Images of the ancient cathedral going up in flames sparked shock and dismay across the globe as well as in France, where it is considered one of the nation's most beloved landmarks. (Photo by Philippe LOPEZ / POOL / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A picture shows rubble and the cross at the altar inside the the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral after it sustained major fire damage the previous month, during a visit by the Canadian prime minister in Paris on May 15, 2019. - The April 15, fire destroyed the roof and steeple of the 850-year-old Gothic cathedral. Images of the ancient cathedral going up in flames sparked shock and dismay across the globe as well as in France, where it is considered one of the nation's most beloved landmarks. (Photo by Philippe LOPEZ / POOL / AFP)
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A picture shows rubble and the cross at the altar inside the the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral after it sustained major fire damage the previous month, during a visit by the Canadian prime minister in Paris on May 15, 2019. - The April 15, fire destroyed the roof and steeple of the 850-year-old Gothic cathedral. Images of the ancient cathedral going up in flames sparked shock and dismay across the globe as well as in France, where it is considered one of the nation's most beloved landmarks. (Photo by Philippe LOPEZ / POOL / AFP)
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TOPSHOT French chief architect of Historical Sites Philippe Villeneuve (R) speaks to Canadian Prime Minsite Justin Trudeau (C) and Notre Dame cathedral rector Patrick Chauvet as they visit the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral in Paris on May 15, 2019, after it sustained major fire damage the previous month. - The April 15, fire destroyed the roof and steeple of the 850-year-old Gothic cathedral. Images of the ancient cathedral going up in flames sparked shock and dismay across the globe as well as in France, where it is considered one of the nation's most beloved landmarks. (Photo by Philippe LOPEZ / various sources / AFP)
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(From L) French Culture Minister Franck Riester, French chief architect of Historical Sites Philippe Villeneuve, Notre Dame cathedral rector Patrick Chauvet, Canadian Prime Minsite Justin Trudeau and Canadian Ambassador to France Isabelle Hudon visit the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral in Paris on May 15, 2019, after it sustained major fire damage the previous month. - The April 15, fire destroyed the roof and steeple of the 850-year-old Gothic cathedral. Images of the ancient cathedral going up in flames sparked shock and dismay across the globe as well as in France, where it is considered one of the nation's most beloved landmarks. (Photo by Philippe LOPEZ / various sources / AFP)
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A worker stands on scaffolding near to damages and rubble during preliminary work in the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral one month after it sustained major fire damage on May 15, 2019, in Paris. - The April 15, fire destroyed the roof and steeple of the 850-year-old Gothic cathedral. Images of the ancient cathedral going up in flames sparked shock and dismay across the globe as well as in France, where it is considered one of the nation's most beloved landmarks. (Photo by Philippe LOPEZ / various sources / AFP)
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TOPSHOT A worker stands on scaffolding near to damages and rubble during preliminary work in the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral one month after it sustained major fire damage on May 15, 2019, in Paris. - The April 15, fire destroyed the roof and steeple of the 850-year-old Gothic cathedral. Images of the ancient cathedral going up in flames sparked shock and dismay across the globe as well as in France, where it is considered one of the nation's most beloved landmarks. (Photo by Philippe LOPEZ / various sources / AFP)
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Workers stand near to damages and rubble during preliminary work in the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral one month after it sustained major fire damage on May 15, 2019, in Paris. - The April 15, fire destroyed the roof and steeple of the 850-year-old Gothic cathedral. Images of the ancient cathedral going up in flames sparked shock and dismay across the globe as well as in France, where it is considered one of the nation's most beloved landmarks. (Photo by Philippe LOPEZ / POOL / AFP)
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A picture shows damaged chairs and rubble in the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral one month after it sustained major fire damage on May 15, 2019, in Paris. - The April 15, fire destroyed the roof and steeple of the 850-year-old Gothic cathedral. Images of the ancient cathedral going up in flames sparked shock and dismay across the globe as well as in France, where it is considered one of the nation's most beloved landmarks. (Photo by Philippe LOPEZ / POOL / AFP)
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A picture shows damages and rubble during preliminary work in the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral one month after it sustained major fire damage on May 15, 2019, in Paris. - The April 15, fire destroyed the roof and steeple of the 850-year-old Gothic cathedral. Images of the ancient cathedral going up in flames sparked shock and dismay across the globe as well as in France, where it is considered one of the nation's most beloved landmarks. (Photo by Philippe LOPEZ / POOL / AFP)
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A picture shows rubble and the cross at the altar inside the the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral after it sustained major fire damage the previous month, during a visit by the Canadian prime minister in Paris on May 15, 2019. - The April 15, fire destroyed the roof and steeple of the 850-year-old Gothic cathedral. Images of the ancient cathedral going up in flames sparked shock and dismay across the globe as well as in France, where it is considered one of the nation's most beloved landmarks. (Photo by Philippe LOPEZ / POOL / AFP)
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