The world has come together to #prayforparis, including celebrities. Additionally, famous landmarks across the world have been lit in the colours of the French national flag to pay respect to the victims of the Paris tragedy.
The Brandenburg Gate stands illuminated in the colours of the French flag as people arrive to lay candles and flowers at the gate of the nearby French Embassy following the terror attacks in Paris. Photograph: Sean Gallup/Getty Images
A couple stands in the rain as the blue, white and red colours of France's national flag are projected onto the sails of Sydney's Opera House in Australia. Photograph: Jason Reed/Reuters
San Francisco City Hall is lit up with blue, white and red, the colors of the French flag, following the Paris terror attacks. Photograph: Stephen Lam/Reuters
The One World Trade Centre in New York, USA, was lit in blue, white and red colours of the French flag in honour of the victims of the attacks in Paris, in the Manhattan borough. Photograph: Carlo Allegri/Reuters
The Angel de la Independencia monument is lit up in blue, white and red in Mexico City. Photograph: Tomas Bravo/Reuters
However, the Eiffel tower in Paris turned off its lights and went dark in a sign of mourning. This is the first time that lights have gone off since the horrendous 9/11 terror attacks in the US.
The landmark CN Tower in Toronto, changed colours to show their solidarity with Paris. Photograph: Chris Helgren/Reuters
Even residents around the world pay homage to the victims. A student while attending a game between the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the St. Francis Red Flash at the Purcell Pavilion hold a sign in recognition of the attacks in Paris. Photograph: Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports/Reuters
Celebrities including Kim Kardashian, Pharell and Jared Leto put up this image as they paid their respects to the victims of the Paris massacres. Photograph: @ KimKardashian/Twitter
Hollywood actress Kate Hudson put up this image on her Instagram feed.