PHOTOS: How the World Is Mourning for Nice
On the steps of the French Embassy sit blue, white and red roses – the colors of the French flag.
Two women stop to light candles alongside piles of flowers on the streets of the German capital city.
PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
On the cobblestone streets of Prague, people gather to lay candles, spelling out the word "Nice" in front of the French Embassy.
Outside the European Parliament building, the French flag flies at half-mast alongside its European counterparts.
Candles line the streets during a vigil.
Students at the Mahatma Gandhi International School hold up paintings done in honor of the victims.
Tour de France cyclists remove their hats for a moment of silence during the 13th stage of the famed race.
A candle sits beside a toy rabbit at the French Embassy.
Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov lay bouquets of roses atop existing piles of flowers at the French Embassy.
Petro Poroshenko, President of Ukraine, kneels to pray on the steps of Kiev's French Embassy.
On Friday, the Eiffel Tower was lit up in the colors of the French national flag to pay tribute to the victims of the Nice terrorist attack.