Buildings across the globe light up for Paris

Buildings around the world lit up in blue, white and red to honor the victims of the Paris attacks.

The spire of the One World Trade Centre in New York was one of the first buildings to be illuminated.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said the 408-foot spire will be illuminated for days to come. The governor said the act shows New York will stand with the people of France.

Auckland’s Sky Tower and Hamilton’s Bridge Street bridge have also followed suit, along with buildings in Canada and Mexico, among others.

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