In the hours and day after terror attacks left more than 120 people dead in Paris, landmarks across the world were illuminated in blue, white, and red to honor the victims.
New York City's One World Trade Center:
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said his state stands in solidarity with the people of France.
The top of the Empire State Building went dark at 10 p.m. to show sympathy for the Paris victims, a building spokesperson told BuzzFeed News.
The Las Vegas version of the Eiffel Tower:
Many people shared images of the original Eiffel Tower in Paris soon after the attacks, saying its lights had been turned out to honor the victims. However, in reality the tower's lights are always turned off at 1 a.m., and the images merely showed the tower during the hours when it would normally be dark.
Instead, a famous replica of the tower at the Paris Las Vegas hotel switched off its lights as a sign of respect.
San Francisco City Hall:
San Francisco City Hall also flew the French flag Friday evening:
The Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was illuminated Saturday night.
The Mexican Senate building:
The Angel de la Independencia monument in Mexico City:
French Embassy compound in Beijing:
Shanghai's Pearl Tower:
Toronto's CN Tower:
The Omni Hotel in Dallas:
The Washington Capitals hockey team projected the colors of the French flag in the interior of their stadium in Washington, D.C.
Brazil's Beira-Rio Stadium in Porto Alegre, which is the home of soccer team S.C. Internacional, also lit up in the colors of the Tricolore:
As night fell in Australia, the Sydney Opera House lit up like the French flag:
Sydney Town Hall:
In Brisbane, Australia:
The Auckland Sky Tower in New Zealand:
The Auckland Museum:
The hockey team in Washington, D.C., is named the Capitals. This post originally misstated their name.
The Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro was illuminated on Saturday. This post originally misstated the day it was lit up.
Jim Dalrymple is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Los Angeles.
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