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    Here Are 30 Photos Of Australians Remembering The 30 Women Killed So Far This Year

    Some attended vigils, some lit candles at home.

    Thousands of Australians attended vigils around the country or lit a candle on Monday night to remember murdered Melbourne woman Eurydice Dixon and the 29 other women killed this year alone.

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    Eurydice Dixon

    Dixon's body was found on a Carlton North soccer pitch by a passer-by shortly before 3am on Wednesday.

    Jaymes Todd, 19, has been arrested and charged with the rape and murder of Dixon.

    1. In Melbourne, hundreds of people gathered in the park where Dixon's body was found.

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    Attendees at a memorial for Eurydice Dixon, at the Reclaim Princes Park Vigil in Melbourne.

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    A memorial for Eurydice Dixon at the Reclaim Princes Park Vigil in Melbourne.

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    Crowds gather for the Reclaim Princes Park Vigil in Melbourne.

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    Victorian premier Daniel Andrews and his wife Catherine at the Reclaim Princes Park Vigil in Melbourne.

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    A somber vigil in Princes Park. A young woman murdered - thousands claiming back the public space.

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    Totally unplanned thousands of Melburnians are now patiently queuing to place their candle around the spot where #EurydiceDixon was killed, creating a incredible circle of light in the dark park. So proud of this city @cnn https://t.co/oIsYK4Fhwz

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    A woman prays at a memorial for Eurydice Dixon, at the Reclaim Princes Park Vigil in Melbourne.

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    Local Dylan Bushnell, 41, is among many men attending the Prince’s Park vigil. He told @CNN men need to show women more respect across society. He laid flowers and lit a blue candle in tribute to the favourite colour of #EurydiceDixon https://t.co/UdN7efQGaT

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    9. A vigil was held in Ballarat, Victoria.

    "An unambiguous message against violence" #EurydiceDixon vigil. @abcballarat

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    Candlelight in #Ballarat for #EurydiceDixon.

    11. And in Bendigo, Victoria.

    12. In Sydney, people gathered in Hyde Park.

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    20. Many who couldn't make it, lit a candle at home.

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    Putting out my 30 candles tonight for the 30 women killed in Australia this year. And one more for those still living with violence or those who identify as survivors. Hold each other tight. https://t.co/QnR3GjAczt

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    25. Politicians in Canberra also held a vigil in Parliament House on Monday night.

    It’s time that we stop blaming women and instead build a society where women are safe in public and in our homes. More than 30 women in Australia have been killed this year. Tonight we remember them. https://t.co/Tu8CTWbyMi

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    Gina Rushton is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Sydney.

    Contact Gina Rushton at gina.rushton@buzzfeed.com.

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