Donations have started pouring for Notre Dame Cathedral rebuilding

French people in huge number and from across the world have vowed to restore the historic, iconic Notre Dame Cathedral, which was engulfed in a devastating fire erupted on Monday.

By Tuesday more than $700 million donations poured in for the rebuilding of damaged portions of the 850 years old cathedral that has served symbol of Paris.

President Emmanuel Macron urged people to unite and set aside political differences in a televised message on Tuesday saying over the years churches, forts and towns have burned from wars, mankind and revolutions and each time the country has rebuilt those.

Macron added that the French are rebuilders and Notre Dame will be made more beautiful after it is rebuilt.

According to the PM the rebuilding could be done in next five years but architects believe it may take decades.

French interior minister said there are still some risks that may endanger the structure and workers need to wait for about two days before entering safely inside Notre Dame.

Macron added that the French are rebuilders and Notre Dame will be made more beautiful after it is rebuilt.

Earlier firefighters declared victory and Paris Fire Service announced about 400 firefighters battled the flames for more than 12 hours.

Paris firefighters’ spokesman Gabriel Plus said the fire was out and movement of the structures were being surveyed.

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