Cities, major event venues and hotels from around the world showed their support for Paris and its residents following terrorists attacks that occurred throughout the City of Lights on Friday, Nov. 13.

We at Smart Meetings send out our thoughts and prayers to those who were touched by this shocking act of aggression. Here are a few venues that showed their support by lighting up their properties with colors of France’s flag.

San Francisco City Hall frequently uses colored lights to support causes and even featured the French flag in front of this iconic building, which is often a place where local citizens converge when regional, national and international news breaks.

In Cincinnati, Duke Energy’s sign was lit up with France’s national colors of blue, white and red in a poignant display of support for the victims and city of Paris.

Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino features a replica of the Eiffel Tower in front of its property. Following the attack, the tower lights remained dark in memory of the lost lives.

Omni Dallas Hotel showed its support by displaying the colors of the French flag across the outside of its property. The Omni and its well-lighted exterior is a key venue in the Dallas skyline.

The Royal Palace of Dam Square in Amsterdam also used its building to show solidarity with the French following the attack. Government officials have admitted that the threat level in the Netherlands has been substantial for some time.

Gearing up for a Justin Bieber concert on Friday night, the Los Angeles Staple Center lowered flags to half-staff keeping Paris and the people of France in their thoughts as the latest updates continued to pour in from the region.