Cities Around the World Commemorate Victims of Brussels Attacks

PHOTO: The Eiffel Tower is seen with the colors of the Belgian flag in tribute to the victims of todays Brussels bomb attacks, in Paris, France, March 22, 2016. PlayPhilippe Wojazer/Reuters
WATCH After Brussels Attack, Signs of Solidarity From Around the World

The Belgian flag's colors of black, yellow and red lit up the skies across Europe and the Middle East this evening to express their support of Brussels in the wake of the terrorist attacks.

PHOTO: The colors of the Belgian flag are projected on the courthouse in Lyon, France, in tribute to the victims of todays Brussels bomb attacks, March 22, 2016.Robert Pratta/Reuters
The colors of the Belgian flag are projected on the courthouse in Lyon, France, in tribute to the victims of today's Brussels bomb attacks, March 22, 2016.

From Paris to Dubai, countries around the world joined in solidarity with Brussels when the city was devastated by explosions that claimed the lives of at least 31 people and injured dozens more.

PHOTO: The Burj Khalifa in Dubak, United Arab Emirates, is illuminated in the colours of the Belgian flag to show solidarity after the terrorist operations in Brussels, March 22, 2016.Ali Haider/EPA
The Burj Khalifa in Dubak, United Arab Emirates, is illuminated in the colours of the Belgian flag to show solidarity after the terrorist operations in Brussels, March 22, 2016.

PHOTO: The Royal Palace at Dam Square in Amsterdam is projected with the colors of the Belgian flag in tribute to the victims of the Brussels terror attacks that occured earlier in the day, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, March 22, 2016. Evert Elzinga/EPA
The Royal Palace at Dam Square in Amsterdam is projected with the colors of the Belgian flag in tribute to the victims of the Brussels terror attacks that occured earlier in the day, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, March 22, 2016.

Famous landmarks including the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, the Trevi Fountain in Rome and even Dubai’s tallest skyscraper -- Burj Khalifa -- lit up the night sky in the colors of the Belgian flag.

Downing Street in London also flew the Belgian Flag at half-staff to mourn the victims lost in the attacks.

PHOTO: The Brandenburg Gate is illuminated with the Belgium national flag in reaction to the Brussels attacks, in Berlin, Germany, March 22, 2016.Markus Schreiber/AP Photo
The Brandenburg Gate is illuminated with the Belgium national flag in reaction to the Brussels attacks, in Berlin, Germany, March 22, 2016.

PHOTO: The Belgium and British flag fly at half staff above Downing Street in London, following the attacks in Brussels, March, 22, 2016.Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP Photo
The Belgium and British flag fly at half staff above Downing Street in London, following the attacks in Brussels, March, 22, 2016.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has also directed One World Center’s 408-foot spire to display the Belgian colors, saying the global community remains united.

“New York stands shoulder to shoulder with the people of Belgium and the rest of the world in rejecting the hate and extremism behind this violence,” Cuomo said in a statement. “Tonight, One World Trade Center will be displayed in black, yellow and red as we stand in solemn solidarity with the people of Belgium.”