World mourns the Queen: Flowers are laid, guns fire in salute and monuments are illuminated across the globe as a mark of respect after Her Majesty’s death
- Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-serving monarch in British history, died on Thursday at the age of 96
- Tributes have been paid across the globe today to the world’s best-known royal and head of state
- Flowers have been laid outside state houses and embassies from Sydney to Singapore, Berlin to Belfast
- Empire State Building lit up, Eiffel Tower went dark, and Rio’s Christ the Redeemer shone blue, red and white
She was Queen of the United Kingdom and Head the Commonwealth, but in truth Elizabeth II belonged to the world – a fact on full display today as countries and people around the globe marked her passing at the age of 96.
In Paris and Prague, from Benidorm to Beijing, across Sydney and Singapore – flowers were laid, sports stadiums fell silent, and monuments were illuminated as a mark of respect for a monarch who meant so much to so many.
The Empire State Building lit up purple and silver, the Eiffel Tower went dark, and Christ the Redeemer – overlooking the city of Rio de Janiero – shone in red, blue and white in tribute to her record reign.
It came after Her Majesty died at Balmoral Castle on Thursday with son Charles – now King Charles III – and daughter Anne at her bedside, as her seven decades on the throne came to its peaceful conclusion.
Here, MailOnline rounds up the best of the tributes from around the world…
A father and his daughter gather outside Hillsborough Castle, in Northern Ireland. to lay flowers in tribute to Queen Elizabeth after she died Thursday afternoon at the age of 96
Two women brave the rain in Northern Ireland yesterday to lay tributes to Queen Elizabeth at the gates of Hillsborough Castle, near Belfast, as they pay tribute to her after her death
The Union Jack flies at the entrance to the Elysee Palace in Paris on Thursday night, hours after it was announced that Queen Elizabeth had passed away peacefully at Balmoral Castle
Lights which typically illuminate the Eiffel Tower in Paris are turned off as a mark of respect for Queen Elizabeth
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