Following Wednesday’s terror attacks near the Houses of Parliament in London, cities in England and around the world are showing solidarity with the victims.

From flags at half-mast to lighting up with the colors of the Union Jack, here’s how landmarks and government buildings are showing their support.

Eiffel Tower
Paris, France

I will turn my lights off tonight, at midnight, to pay tribute to the victims of the London attack. #EiffelTowerpic.twitter.com/MTnkoflVv3

— La tour Eiffel (@LaTourEiffel) March 22, 2017
Tel Aviv City Hall
Tel Aviv, Israel

#TelAviv City Hall lit up tonight in colours of the Union Jack, in solidarity with the city of #London and my colleague @SadiqKhanpic.twitter.com/WOTFlU9OF4

— Mayor of Tel Aviv (@MayorOfTelAviv) March 22, 2017

Victoria Police Department
Victoria, Canada

Our flags are at half-mast to honour fallen @metpoliceuk officer Keith Palmer & the other victims in London. #thinbluelinepic.twitter.com/K22I9AHrjF

— Victoria Police (@vicpdcanada) March 22, 2017
Orlando Eye
Orlando, Florida

Gateshead Millennium Bridge
Gateshead, England

Gateshead Millennium Bridge lit tonight in colours of Union Jack as mark of respect for victims & families of London?s terrorist attack pic.twitter.com/8S2xNPKo3C

— Gateshead Council (@GMBCouncil) March 23, 2017
Library of Birmingham
Birmingham, England

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