-- One night after a wave of devastating attacks on civilians across Paris left at least 129 dead, including an American college student, mourners gathered to pay tribute to the victims at a candlelight vigil in the city still reeling from the spasm of violence.
Some lit candles, some brought flowers and others stood in quiet reflection.
See the ABC News video, shot via Periscope, for an inside look.
Six separate attacks were carried out across Paris, beginning after 10 p.m. local time Friday night.
The president of France declared three days of national mourning. All public buildings in Paris, including schools, museums, libraries and town halls, were closed indefinitely starting Saturday.