Famous Landmarks Around the World Light Up to Honor Paris Victims

by Elizabeth VanMetre 10:40 AM PST, November 14, 2015
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As France turned off the lights on the Eiffel Tower in memory of the terror victims of Friday's city-wide attack, the rest of the world is showing its support.

Famous landmarks around the world displayed the blue, white and red colors found on the French flag to pay tribute to the reported 127 people killed during the terrorist attacks in Paris, France.

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New York City's Empire State Building remained dark, but the One World Trade Center, which was built to honor the victims of 9/11, lit up the night sky in France's national colors.

The Sydney Opera House lit its sails for the people of Paris.

Auckland's Sky Tower and Warm Memorial Museum showcased the French flag's colors.

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Rio de Janerio's Christ the Redeemer was colored in blue, white and red.

The Malaysia capital showed their support by lighting up the Kuala Lumpur Tower.

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London's famous arch at Wembley Stadium was set aglow for the victims.

San Francisco gave a nod to Paris by lighting up City Hall.

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