Belgium is currently observing a period of mourning after a devastating serious of terror attacks on Tuesday (March 22) and London locals have been paying tribute to the victims.
Londoners remembered those killed in the attacks in Brussels, with taxi drivers putting up the Belgian colours on electronic displays and tributes left at the Belgian Embassy in Grosvenor Crescent.
In another show of solidarity with the country, the Belgian flag will be beamed onto famous landmarks across the capital on Wednesday (March 23) evening.
The flag will be projected onto the National Gallery, Tower Bridge, the London Eye, Wembley Stadium, the National Theatre and the fountains at Trafalgar Square will also run the colours of the flag.
On Thursday (March 24) afternoon, a 25 metre silk flag will be placed on the central staircase in Trafalgar Square ahead of a vigil organised in partnership with the Belgian Embassy between 6pm and 10pm.
Visitors will be given an opportunity to leave flowers and candles.
'They have the sympathy of every Londoner'
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, said: “The scenes in Belgium were truly appalling and it is important we pay tribute to the victims, as well as show our solidarity with the people of Brussels.
“They have the sympathy of every Londoner and our thoughts will be with them as they do their best to recover from this despicable atrocity.”
In November last year, Wembley fans paid tribute to the victims of the Paris terrorist attacks, with the flag colours projected onto the Wembley Stadium arch.
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