The Eiffel Tower went dark again on Saturday night as France mourned its 129 dead following the deadliest violence to strike in the country since World War II.
Around the world though people gathered to honor the victims and show their support for Paris. In Berlin, the Brandenburg Gate took on the colors of the French flag.
In London, hundreds went to Trafalgar Square.
In New York, hundreds also gathered at Washington Square Park.
In Rome, people got together for a candlelight vigil and sang the French national anthem.
Tel Aviv residents also showed support for Paris.
A small group also gathered in Hong Kong.
In Washington, D.C. many gathered outside the White House.
At the New York Metropolitan Opera, Placido Domingo conducted the orchestra in a performance of the French national anthem.