The Eiffel Tower was illuminated with colors of black, red and yellow to pay tribute to the victims of the Brussels attacks, which killed dozens on Tuesday. (Thomas Johnson/The Washington Post)

The Eiffel Tower was illuminated with colors of black, red and yellow to pay tribute to the victims of the Brussels attacks, which killed dozens on Tuesday.

Anne Hidalgo, the mayor of Paris, tweeted earlier in the day: "In solidarity with the people of Brussels, Paris will light up the Eiffel Tower in the colors of the Belgian flag tonight."

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo also announced One World Trade Center will light up in Belgian colors Tuesday night.

In a statement, Cumo said: "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. As we have seen time and again, when we are united, terror has never prevailed and never will."

 

Countries around the world showed their support for Belgium after the attacks in Belgium that left at least 31 people dead, and more than 200 injured. The Eiffel Tower, Dubai's Burj Khalifa and the Trevi Fountain in Rome lit up in black, yellow and red colors. (Victoria Walker/The Washington Post)

Other landmarks around the world are also expressing solidarity with the victims of the Brussels attacks by displaying the colors of the Belgian flag, including:

The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin:


The Brandenburg Gate. (Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty)

 

The Trevi fountain in Rome:


The Trevi fountain in Rome, Italy. (Stefano Rellandini/Reuters)

The courthouse in Lyon, France:


The courthouse in Lyon, France. (Robert Pratta/Reuters)

 

Burj Khalifa, the world-renowned skyscraper in Dubai:

 

This post has been updated.