Priceless cultural relics that survived the Notre Dame fire

2019-04-18 02:42:07 GMT2019-04-18 10:42:07(Beijing Time) Sina English
The Crown of Thorns believed to have been worn by Jesus Christ and bought by King Louis IX in 1239, seen here on March 21, 2014, was presented to Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. It survived the colossal fire that swept through the famed cathedral on April 15. The fire led to significant damage to the roof and interior of the building, and caused the collapse of a spire. [Photo: IC] The Crown of Thorns believed to have been worn by Jesus Christ and bought by King Louis IX in 1239, seen here on March 21, 2014, was presented to Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. It survived the colossal fire that swept through the famed cathedral on April 15. The fire led to significant damage to the roof and interior of the building, and caused the collapse of a spire. [Photo: IC]
This photo taken on November 29, 2012 shows the stained glass rosace on the northern side of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris that dates back to the Middle Ages. It survived the colossal fire that swept through the famed cathedral on April 15. The fire led to significant damage to the roof and interior of the building, and caused the collapse of a spire. [Photo: IC] This photo taken on November 29, 2012 shows the stained glass rosace on the northern side of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris that dates back to the Middle Ages. It survived the colossal fire that swept through the famed cathedral on April 15. The fire led to significant damage to the roof and interior of the building, and caused the collapse of a spire. [Photo: IC]
The organ at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, seen here on February 1, 2004. The pipe organ, one of the most famous in the world, survived the colossal fire that swept through the famed cathedral on April 15. The fire led to significant damage to the roof and interior of the building, and caused the collapse of a spire. [Photo: IC] The organ at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, seen here on February 1, 2004. The pipe organ, one of the most famous in the world, survived the colossal fire that swept through the famed cathedral on April 15. The fire led to significant damage to the roof and interior of the building, and caused the collapse of a spire. [Photo: IC]
One of nine bronze bells arriving at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris on January 31, 2013. A colossal fire swept through the famed cathedral on April 15. The fire led to significant damage to the roof and interior of the building, and caused the collapse of a spire. The bells and the iconic bell towers survived. [Photo: IC] One of nine bronze bells arriving at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris on January 31, 2013. A colossal fire swept through the famed cathedral on April 15. The fire led to significant damage to the roof and interior of the building, and caused the collapse of a spire. The bells and the iconic bell towers survived. [Photo: IC]
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