After the devastating terror attacks which took at least 128 lives and injured numerous others, Paris turned the lights out on the Eiffel Tower in mourning.
— Santosh Ninan (@NYSantosh) November 14, 2015
So, the world responded. . . beautifully.
— Jeff Lewis (@ChicagoPhotoSho) November 14, 2015
Wembley Stadium – London, England
Washington Capitals Game – Washington, D.C.
— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) November 14, 2015
Melbourne Cricket Ground – Melbourne, Australia
— Clint Stanaway (@cstanaway) November 14, 2015
Sydney Opera House – Sydney, Australia
— Sydney Opera House (@SydOperaHouse) November 14, 2015
Christ the Redeemer – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
— Nine News Australia (@9NewsAUS) November 14, 2015
Paris Las Vegas – Las Vegas, Nevada
Went dark, too.
Tonight, our Eiffel Tower will remain dark in memory of the lives lost in the attacks in Paris. pic.twitter.com/FFr55bRnHE
— Paris Las Vegas (@ParisVegas) November 14, 2015
— John Tory (@JohnTory) November 14, 2015
San Francisco City Hall – San Francisco, California
S.F. stands with Paris pic.twitter.com/KmC6k3NnxR
— SFGate (@SFGate) November 14, 2015
Omni Hotel – Dallas, Texas
Omni Hotel in Dallas is displaying French flag in solidarity with France. pic.twitter.com/vq7X5xrVie
— David Finfrock (@DavidFinfrock) November 14, 2015
The Convention Centre Dublin – Dublin, Ireland
— yasmin (@cIjfford) November 14, 2015
Freedom Tower – New York, New York
— Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) November 14, 2015
Empire State Building – New York, New York
Went dark for Paris.
In the wake of the tragedy in Paris, The #EmpireStateBuilding went dark at 10:00 PM/ET on Friday, November 13, 2015, in sympathy for Paris.
— Empire State Bldg (@EmpireStateBldg) November 14, 2015
Mexican Senate – Mexico City, Mexico
El Senado de la República se solidariza con el pueblo francés por los lamentables hechos ocurridos hoy en París. pic.twitter.com/cy2QJIF6xM
— Senado de México (@senadomexicano) November 14, 2015
We all stand with Paris.
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