Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Last April, the famous Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France's capital had a fire and the wooden roof of the cathedral was completely blown. After the fire disaster in April, a religious ceremony was held for the first time in the cathedral.
For security reasons, only 30 people were allowed to attend, 15 of whom were priests and some were working in the cathedral, led by the Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit. In a press conference, Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit stated that he had very emotional moments during the ceremony.
It was also interesting to note that the attendees of the ceremony, especially the Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit, were wearing helmets for security reasons. The ceremony was held in a chapel inside the cathedral that was not affected by the fire.
As is known, the fire disaster caused major damage to the 850-year-old cathedral, which was visited by about 13 million people each year. The campaign for the restoration of the cathedral after the fire was donated to over 1 billion euros.