The city’s best-known landmark, the Eiffel Tower, makes a switch from its typical warm yellow lights to shine the colors of the French flag.
Heaps of flowers and candles surround the outside of Le Carillon, the site of one of Friday’s terror attacks.
At the Place de la République in Paris, two girls embrace before a display of flowers and candles for the victims. France observed three days of national mourning after the attacks.
On Monday, people gather around Le Carillon for a moment of silence in honor of the victims.
At Paris’s famed Sorbonne University, French Education Minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, President François Hollande and Prime Minister Manuel Valls pause for a somber moment of silence on Monday.
As the world mourns the lives lost after a string of horrific terrorist attacks cut through the heart of Paris, all eyes are on the city itself, where emotional tributes and pleas for peace fill the street in heartbreaking remembrance.
“We weep but never fear,” reads a tribute on the monument at Place de la République in Paris on Saturday.
Cards, candles and flowers surround the Le Carillon bar in Paris, where bullet holes marked its glass windows from the deadly attacks.
A Parisian buries his head in his hands in an emotional moment outside the Le Carillon in Paris on Saturday.
“We are one,” reads a note among the tributes placed in front of the Le Carillon in Paris on Saturday.
Candles flicker in touching remembrance at the Place de la République, where Parisians gathered on Saturday.
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