How newspapers around the world responded to the Notre Dame inferno

Notre Dame Inferno made international headlines when the world reacted with horror to the disaster.

The huge fire sparked a wave of solidarity with France around the world when the newspapers dedicated their front pages to the shocking scenes in Paris.

Many carried dramatic images of the famous spire as the fire raged, alongside striking newspaper headlines.

They recorded one every day in Argentina, who said: & The heart of France is burning and the world is crying & # 39; and another in Italy compares it with & # 39; September 11 of Christian Europe & # 39 ;.

In France, La Croix, a daily Catholic magazine, had the headline: & # 39; Heart in ashes & # 39; with an editorial stating that the nation & suddenly felt his heart tremble to see a church burned down.

It adds: & # 39; The cathedral in Paris clearly has a specific place in the collective consciousness, in France, in Europe and in the world. & # 39;

Le Figaro, one of the oldest newspapers in France, bears the headline & # 39; Disaster & # 39;

Le Figaro, one of the oldest newspapers in France, bears the headline & # 39; Disaster & # 39;

La Parisien uses the heading & # 39; Our Lady of Tears & # 39; and has nine pages with images and reports

La Parisien uses the heading & # 39; Our Lady of Tears & # 39; and has nine pages with images and reports

La Parisien uses the heading & # 39; Our Lady of Tears & # 39; and has nine pages with images and reports

In France, La Croix, a Catholic newspaper in France, had the headline: & # 39; Heart in ashes & # 39;

In France, La Croix, a Catholic newspaper in France, had the headline: & # 39; Heart in ashes & # 39;

Newspaper & # 39; Libération & # 39 ;, also known as & # 39; Libé & # 39 ;, uses a play on the French word & # 39; Drame & # 39 ;, which translates into drama.

Newspaper & # 39; Libération & # 39 ;, also known as & # 39; Libé & # 39 ;, uses a play on the French word & # 39; Drame & # 39 ;, which translates into drama.

In France, La Croix, a daily Catholic magazine in France, had the headline: & # 39; Heart in ashes & # 39 ;. Newspaper & # 39; Libération & # 39 ;, also known as & # 39; Libé & # 39 ;, used a play on the French word & # 39; Drame & # 39 ;, which translates into drama

La Nacion in Argentina went with & # 39; The heart of France is burning and the world is crying & # 39;

La Nacion in Argentina went with & # 39; The heart of France is burning and the world is crying & # 39;

La Nacion in Argentina went with & # 39; The heart of France is burning and the world is crying & # 39;

The El Pais in Spain has the headline & # 39; Flames destroy Notre Dame, a symbol of European culture & # 39;

The El Pais in Spain has the headline & # 39; Flames destroy Notre Dame, a symbol of European culture & # 39;

The Italian daily Il Giornale described it as & # 39; The September 11 of Christian Europe. & # 39;

The Italian daily Il Giornale described it as & # 39; The September 11 of Christian Europe. & # 39;

Elsewhere in Europe, Italian daily newspaper Il Giornale described it as & # 39; September 11 by Christian Europe. & # 39; El Pais in Spain has the headline & # 39; Flames destroy Notre Dame, a symbol of European culture & # 39;

The Portuguese daily Diario de Noticias has an image of the famous spire on fire, with the words Ardeu da humanidade, which translates as & # 39; Burned humanity & # 39;

The Portuguese daily Diario de Noticias has an image of the famous spire on fire, with the words Ardeu da humanidade, which translates as & # 39; Burned humanity & # 39;

The Portuguese daily Diario de Noticias has an image of the famous spire on fire, with the words Ardeu da humanidade, which translates as & # 39; Burned humanity & # 39;

The Italian daily La Repubblica shows an image of the spire collapsing in flames with the words: & # 39; Upset the world that Notre Dame has disappeared & # 39;

The Italian daily La Repubblica shows an image of the spire collapsing in flames with the words: & # 39; Upset the world that Notre Dame has disappeared & # 39;

The Italian daily La Repubblica shows an image of the spire collapsing in flames with the words: & # 39; Upset the world that Notre Dame has disappeared & # 39;

The German Der Tagesspiegel writes next to an image of the inferno: & # 39; Notre Dame in flames & # 39;

The German Der Tagesspiegel writes next to an image of the inferno: & # 39; Notre Dame in flames & # 39;

The German Der Tagesspiegel writes next to an image of the inferno: & # 39; Notre Dame in flames & # 39;

Another French newspaper, La Parisien, uses the headline & # 39; Our Lady of Tears & # 39; and Le Figaro, one of the best-selling newspapers, went with & # 39; Disaster & # 39 ;.

On the front page are the words: & # 39; Facing this scene of loss, stories of solidarity and sorrow have come together around the world. & # 39;

And Liberation shows a dramatic image of the cathedral on fire with the words & # 39; Our tragedy. & # 39;

Elsewhere in Europe, Italian daily newspaper Il Giornale described it as & # 39; September 11 by Christian Europe. & # 39;

he Chicago Tribune uses most of his front page with a photo of the eruption and headline & # 39; Notre Dame Burns & # 39;

he Chicago Tribune uses most of his front page with a photo of the eruption and headline & # 39; Notre Dame Burns & # 39;

The Dallas Morning News just went with & # 39; Paris icon burns & # 39;

The Dallas Morning News just went with & # 39; Paris icon burns & # 39;

The inferno made the headlines in most American newspapers. The Chicago Tribune uses most of its front page with a photo of the fire and the headline & # 39; Notre Dame Burns & # 39 ;. The Dallas Morning News simply went with & # 39; Paris icon burns & # 39;

The New York Times had the headline: & # 39; Fire Mauls Paris & # 39; s Beloved Notre-Dame & # 39 ;, along with dramatic images of the collapsed spire

The New York Times had the headline: & # 39; Fire Mauls Paris & # 39; s Beloved Notre-Dame & # 39 ;, along with dramatic images of the collapsed spire

The Wall Street Journal also had a picture of the collapsed spire, with the words: & # 39; Blaze ravages Notre Dame & # 39;

The Wall Street Journal also had a picture of the collapsed spire, with the words: & # 39; Blaze ravages Notre Dame & # 39;

The outbreak also made the front pages of The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal and described it as & # 39; Fire Mauls Paris & # 39; s Beloved Notre-Dame & # 39; in addition to dramatic images of the collapse of the spire

The Standard of Belgium covered the front page with a picture of the collapse of the spire.

Also in Belgium, Het Belang Van Limburg & # 39; Paris cries & # 39; and entered the Antwerp Gazet with & # 39; The Sorrow of France & # 39 ;.

El Pais in Spain has the headline & # 39; Flames destroy Notre Dame, a symbol of European culture & # 39 ;.

And in Germany, in addition to an image of the inferno, Der Tagesspiegel writes: & # 39; Notre Dame in flames & # 39;

The Peruvian newspaper El Comercio contained an image of smoke from the burning cathedral with the headline: & # 39; Notre Dame is burning & # 39;

The Peruvian newspaper El Comercio contained an image of smoke from the burning cathedral with the headline: & # 39; Notre Dame is burning & # 39;

The Peruvian newspaper El Comercio contained an image of smoke from the burning cathedral with the headline: & # 39; Notre Dame is burning & # 39;

In the US, the eruption also made the front pages of The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.

The New York Times describes it as & # 39; Fire Mauls Paris & # 39; s Beloved Notre-Dame & # 39 ;, along with dramatic images of the collapse of the spire.

In South America, the Peruvian newspaper El Comercio depicted smoke from the burning cathedral with the headline: & # 39; The fire of Notre Dame & # 39 ;.

La Nacion in Argentina had one of the most eye-catching headlines and went with & # 39; The heart of France is burning and the world is crying. & # 39;

And the largest newspaper in Argentina, Clarin, simply went with: & # 39; Paris won't be the same anymore & # 39 ;.

Publico in Portugal had the headline & # 39; Our Lady of Europe & # 39; and used, like many others, an image of the spire on fire

Publico in Portugal had the headline & # 39; Our Lady of Europe & # 39; and used, like many others, an image of the spire on fire

Publico in Portugal had the headline & # 39; Our Lady of Europe & # 39; and used, like many others, an image of the spire on fire

Belgian newspaper Gazet van Antwerpen went with & # 39; The grief of France & # 39;

Belgian newspaper Gazet van Antwerpen went with & # 39; The grief of France & # 39;

The largest newspaper in Argentina, Clarin, had the headline: & # 39; Paris won't be the same anymore & # 39;

The largest newspaper in Argentina, Clarin, had the headline: & # 39; Paris won't be the same anymore & # 39;

The Belgian newspaper Gazet van Antwerpen went with & # 39; The sorrow of France & # 39 ;. The largest newspaper in Argentina, Clarin, had the headline: & # 39; Paris won't be the same anymore & # 39;