Iconic landmarks and attractions around the world have been illuminated as a tribute to the 129 innocent people who lost their lives in the recent Paris attacks. While the lights of the Eiffel Tower remain switched off, for now, these well-known buildings have been decked in France's colours. From London to Sydney and Washington DC to Berlin, the blue, white and red hues are shining bright as a sign of support to Paris, demonstrating the prevailing sentiment of global unity.
Hope Down Under: The Sydney Opera House is vividly lit with the French flag
German support: Crowds gather at Brandenburg Gate, Berlin's neoclassical triumphant arch
Obama's digs: 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW (better known as the White House) shines bright
London lights: Tower Bridge shines in the shared colours of the Union Flag and the Tricolore
Dubai's Burj Khalifa, currenlty the world's tallest building, reflects France's bold tones as tourists look on
Various other landmarks – including the Pyramids of Giza, Jerusalem's Western Wall and Rio's Christ the Redeemer – have also joined the ranks, supporting the victims, families affected, and the resident's of Paris left shaken by recent events.