Paris stands with Brussels: Eiffel Tower turns red, yellow and black

Paris Illuminates Eiffel Tower In Solidarity With Brussels
Paris Illuminates Eiffel Tower In Solidarity With Brussels

It was only a few months ago that the Eiffel Tower went dark in a symbol of mourning as Paris was reeling from its own terror attacks. On Tuesday evening, it turned into a symbol of solidarity, this time for Belgium.

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Illuminated in yellow, red and black, the iconic structure took on the colors of the Belgian flag, after at least 31 people were killed and scores more injured in attacks at the city's airport and a busy metro station during rush hour.

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Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo tweeted a photo of the tower after night fell on the city.

Others posted photos of the iconic tower.

Elsewhere in Europe, cities also stood with Brussels. In Berline, the Brandenburg Gate was illuminated in the Belgian flag, another symbol of defiance from a neighboring country.

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