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When tragedy strikes in the world, nations come together in support of each other. After the terrorist attacks in France, huge outpourings of support are being seen around the globe.
As the Eiffel Tower goes dark in mourning, world landmarks shine their lights in a show of support for the French people.
The Eiffel Tower goes dark in the wake of the #Paris attacks which have killed 140 people #PorteOuverte#fusilladepic.twitter.com/NIshWexQKj
— Auskar Surbakti (@AuskarSurbakti) November 14, 2015
CN Tower – Toronto, Canada
Christ the Redeemer – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Verizon Center (Home of the Washington Capitols hockey team) – Washington, D.C., USA
Wembley Stadium – London, U.K.
Wembley stadium with Paris tonight, & lite up in the colours of France #Paris #Prayers4Paris pic.twitter.com/Cx2X8jNASP — Andy (@ChelsLad66) November 14, 2015
San Francisco City Hall – USA
?? @SFCity_Hall, whose design was inspired by Les Invalides in #Paris, is lit up in France’s colors tonight. pic.twitter.com/8DAMFXt250
— John McMurtrie (@McMurtrieSF) November 14, 2015
Angel de la Independencia – Mexico City, Mexico
Ángel de la Independencia iluminado con los colores de la bandera francesa pic.twitter.com/gpnX6vOzyg — Denisse Mesta (@denissemesta) November 14, 2015
Estadio Beira-Rio – Porto Alegre, Brazil
Estádio Beira-Rio, stadium of Brazilian club Internacional, paying tribute to victims of Paris attacks #PrayForParis pic.twitter.com/i7UEu6S795
— Messi Stats (@MESSlSTATS) November 14, 2015
World Trade Center – New York City, USA
America stands with #France. From EarthCam, 1 WTC is lit in the colors of the French Flag ???? pic.twitter.com/E9gq5eZtDZ — Zack Jacomowitz (@Zak_NYCMetroWx) November 14, 2015
River Bridge – Little Rock, USA
Little Rock’s river bridges lit up to honor France tonight. pic.twitter.com/weemO4Oftl
— Marth Myrick-Weishet (@MarthaMyrick) November 14, 2015
Dublin Convention Centre – Dublin, Ireland
Dublin lit up for france tonight #Prayforparis pic.twitter.com/f8WmepZzSt
— John Lambe (@JohnLambe111) November 14, 2015
Sundance Square – Fort Worth, USA
Fort Worth and @SundanceSquare also in French flag colors (Brian Luenser photo @DTFortWorth) pic.twitter.com/8vcr6IlaOV — Bud Kennedy (@BudKennedy) November 14, 2015
More landmarks are planning to light up for France as night falls in other parts of the world. Our thoughts are with the people of France as they mourn following these tragic events.
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