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Iconic Buildings All Around The World Show Support For Paris Victims, Except One!

Many well known iconic buildings were lit up in the France flag colors to show their support for what happened to Paris this past weekend. Below are pictures of some iconic buildings that are lit up in blue, white and red except one that you probably think should be.

The Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai, U.A.E.

The Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai, U.A.E.

Burj al-Khalifa, Dubai (the world’s tallest building)

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Della Salle University in Manilla, Phillipines

Della Salle University in Manilla, Phillipines Paris Colors

Bandeiras Monument in Sao Paulo, Brazil

A man poses at the Bandeiras Monument in Sao Paulo, Brazil, November 14, 2015 as it is lit up in France's official colours in tribute to the victims of Paris attacks. REUTERS/Rodolfo Burher - RTS73HE

The Planalto Palace in Brasilia, Brazil

The Planalto Palace in Brasilia is lit up in France's official colours in tribute to the victims of Paris attacks,

Sydney Town Hall, Sydney, Australia

AUSTRALIA-FRANCE-ATTACKS

Three Crosses in Vilnius, Lithuania

Lithuania France Paris Attacks

Kaknastornet, the Swedish TV signal tower in Stockholm

Kaknastornet, the Swedish TV signal tower in Stockholm, is illuminated in the French colors

Shanghai’s landmark building Oriental Pearl TV Tower

Oriental Pearl TV Tower is lit up in blue, white and red, the colors of the French flag, following the Paris attacks, in Shanghai

Old City Wall in Jerusalem, Israel

APTOPIX Mideast Israel France Paris Attacks

The Christ the Redeemer statue

APTOPIX Brazil France Paris Attacks

CN Tower, in Toronto, Canada

Toronto's landmark CN Tower is lit blue, white and red in the colors of the French flag following Paris attacks

The Omni Hotel in Dallas, U.S.A.

The Omni Hotel in Dallas, U.S.A.

Tokyo Skytree in Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo Skytree in Tokyo, Japan

Tower Bridge, Wembley Stadium, the London Eye and the National Gallery in London, England

Tower Bridge, Wembley Stadium, the London Eye and the National Gallery in London, England Paris COlors

Mumbai’s main railway station, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus

INDIA-FRANCE-ATTACKS

The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany

The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany

The Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia

The blue, white and red colours of France's national flag are seen projected onto the sails of Sydney's Opera House for a second night, in Sydney

Tokyo Tower, Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo Tower is illuminated in blue, white and red, the colors of the French flag in response to the Paris attacks, in Tokyo

The Auckland Museum in Auckland, New Zealand

The Auckland Museum in Auckland, New Zealand

The International Peace Bridge, which connects Canada and the United States

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The High Roller at The LINQ Promenade in Las Vegas, U.S.A.

The High Roller at The LINQ Promenade in Las Vegas, U.S.A. Paris Colors

City Hall in San Francisco, U.S.A.

City Hall in San Francisco, U.S.A.

One World Trade Center in New York City, U.S.A.

One World Trade Center in New York City, U.S.A. Paris colors

The White House is still White

Did you notice that the White House and the U.S. Capitol were NOT lit up over the weekend in the colors of the French flag, to offer a show of support to the French people after Friday’s attacks?  President Obama vowed to do “whatever it takes” to bring the terrorists to justice less than 24 hours after the attacks, but he cannot even show support in a public display. Do you remember when the White House was lit up with rainbow colors after a particular Supreme Court ruling? How can he show his support for one decision, but not for the hundreds of people who were viciously and mercilessly attacked by terrorists and lost their lives?

The white house not lit up in Paris Colors

Obama White House

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