Still reeling from the worst mass shooting in American history, countries and communities from around the world have rallied to show support for Orlando, the LGBT community, and the United States.
Here is a glimpse of how the 49 beautiful souls taken from Pulse nightclub in Orlando are being remembered by communities around the world.
The London Gay Men’s Choir gathered to sing ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ at the London vigil for Orlando on June 13.
In Paris, France, the Eiffel Tower was lit with a rainbow and a vigil was kept in the surrounding area.
In Sydney Australia the Sydney Harbour Bridge is lit with rainbow colors.
In Tel Aviv, City Hall was lit with the American flag, The Israeli flag and a rainbow.
In Singapore people gathered in Hong Lim park in memory of the Orlando victims.
Vigils were held in Orlando, Florida.
Vigils were held in New York City and the One World Trade Center spire was lit with a rainbow.
And Muslim supporters gathered to pray for victims.
In California, the Gay pride flag was flown for the first time in the state senate to honor the Orlando victims.
In San Diego thousands gathered in Hillcrest to show support for Orlando.
Los Angeles City Hall was lit with a rainbow June 13.
This post reflects, not even a fraction of the outpouring of love and support for Orlando, for the United States and for the LGBT community. #OrlandoStrong #StoptheHate #SpreadLove