Symbols of unity and togetherness are appearing around the globe as people express their solidarity with not only the victims of the deadly attacks in Paris, but all of France.
French flags have been flying on national landmarks while the fences of French embassies have been decorated in floral tributes, notes and candles from people mourning those who died, were wounded or witnessed the horrific events.
Vigils and memorial services are being held worldwide, including in Australia.
Two hundred people carried flags and signs and sang the national anthem at a vigil in Sydney’s Martin Place on Saturday night. A Sunday prayer service filled St Andrews Cathedral and was attended by NSW Premier Mike Baird and representatives from the French government.
Melburnians gathered at Federation Square on Sunday night, while in Darwin, a small community of French expats and travellers gathered to pay tribute to victims.
There are plans to hold memorial services and vigils in many Australian cities in the coming week.
Here’s how people around the planet displayed their solidarity for Parisians.
Landmarks light up
Iconic architecture such as Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate, New York’s One World Trade Center and the Sydney Opera House have all been lit up with the blue, white and red of the French flag.
Meanwhile, the replica Eiffel Tower in Paris Las Vegas was dimmed to show respect for the 129 people who died in the attacks.
Sporting world mourns
Players and spectators at sporting matches around the world held a minute of silence to show support for France and the victims.
Supporters waved signs and French flags alongside team colours while NHL matches across North America lit up rinks with red, white and blue.