The Washington Post today has an excellent article detailing the damage and the task ahead.
In Paris climbers have helped put tarpaulins on the badly damaged roof of Notre Dame to help protect the cathedral from the rain.
An article on Irish Central by Diarmuid Pepper (@Diarmuid_9) thinks that the restoration of Notre Dame is not a worthy cause.
Although not badly damaged by the fire, much of the ancillary equipment was effected. But the organ is much newer than the building, only built in the 19th century.
Gamers can play something from the Assassin’s Creed series which in set in the Notre Dame cathedral before the fire.
The Notre Dame restoration will require expertise. The UK is on standby to send over lots of architects and archaeologists, conservators and craftspeople.
The Guardian has an interesting article where they have views from several architects whether a restored Notre Dame should now get a modern spire. Some are for, some against.
The rector of Notre Dame has speculated that a computer glitch may have been responsible for the fire, but could that be?
Around 200,000 bees had been kept on the roof on Notre Dame since 2013 and were initially thought to have perished in the fire, but most have survived.
The French interior minister, Christophe Castaner has said that police will secure the area surrounding Île de la Cité, the island where Notre Dame sits, during the upcoming protests.