The Notre Dame inferno has made international headlines as the world reacted in horror to the disaster.
The huge fire sparked a wave of solidarity with France across the globe as newspaper's dedicated their front pages to the shocking scenes in Paris
Many carried dramatic images of the famous spire collapsing as the fire raged, alongside eye-catching headlines.
They included a daily in Argentina, which said: 'The heart of France burns and the world cries' and another in Italy comparing it to 'The September 11 of Christian Europe.'
In France, La Croix, a daily Catholic paper, carried the headline: 'Heart in ashes' with an editorial that said the nation 'suddenly felt its heart shake to see a church aflame.'
It adds: 'The cathedral in Paris clearly has a specific place in the collective consciousness, in France, in Europe and in the world.'
Le Figaro, one of the oldest daily newspapers in France, carries the headline 'Disaster'
La Parisien uses the headline 'Our Lady of Tears' and features nine page of images and reports
In France, La Croix, a daily Catholic paper in France, carried the headline: 'Heart in ashes'. Daily paper 'Libération,' also known as 'Libé,' utilized a play on the French word 'Drame,' which translates to drama
La Nacion in Argentina went with 'The Heart of France burns and the world cries'
Elsewhere in Europe, Italian daily il Giornale described it as 'The September 11 of Christian Europe.' El Pais in Spain has the headline 'Flames devastate Notre Dame, a symbol of European culture'
The Portuguese daily Diario de Noticias features an image of the famous spire on fire, with the words Ardeu da humanidade, that translates as 'Burned humanity'
Italian daily La Repubblica features an image of the spire collapsing in flames with the words: The world upset that Notre Dame is gone'
Germany's Der Tagesspiegel writes alongside an image of the inferno: 'Notre Dame in flames'
Another French daily, La Parisien uses the headline 'Our