The National Cathedral from Tuesday's 5.8 magnitude earthquake. Experts are assessing the building damage—both structurally and aesthetically.
The building, which sits on the highest point in Washington, D.C., lost a pinnacle from its central tower (see photograph), and stones fell from three of the tower's four pinnacles, said Richard Weinberg, a spokesman for the cathedral, as reported by Bloomberg.
Even more, the entire tower appeared to be leaning, Weinberg said in a telephone interview with Bloomberg.
The Cathedral has a campaign on its website to raise funds for necessary restoration. You can donate here.