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Iconic UK Landmarks Light Up To Honour Victims of Paris Attacks

As Paris went dark, the world lit up in solidarity with the ‘City of Light’.


Last night, and like many other iconic buildings across the globe, prominent landmarks throughout the UK were illuminated red, white and blue to show their support for Paris after the atrocities that took place on Friday night.


Tower Bridge, London

Edinburgh Castle, Scotland 


Blackpool Tower, Blackpool

BT Tower, London

St. Georges Hall, Liverpool

London Eye & The South Bank, London

Cardiff Bay Buildings, Wales

Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol


Usher Hall, Edinburgh

National Gallery, London

Belfast City Council, Northern Ireland 

Manchester Town Hall


The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

Durham Cathedral


In Paris last night, the Eiffel Tower’s lights were switched off as a mark of respect for the victims of Friday night’s deadly attacks.


-Luke Abrahams



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