People show solidarity with victims of Paris
People in Berlin pay tribute to the victims of the Paris attacksGetty

Social media has been filled with compassion following the terrorist attacks that took place in Paris on Friday (13 November). Tributes have poured in from across the globe under the hashtag #PrayForParis, with many expressing their grief through artistic drawings and imagery.

French authorities have said that at least 129 people were killed during the attacks, while more than 350 have been injured. A number of British people were at the Bataclan concert hall, where gunmen opened fire during an Eagles of Death Metal concert. Briton Nick Alexander was among those to be killed during the massacre.

President Francois Hollande will lead a minute's silence on Monday (16 November) at 11am GMT in memory of those who lost their lives. Millions of people across Europe are expected to take part.

Over the weekend, thousands of people took to social media to express their grief and shock over what happened in Paris.

Asi Te quiero ver #paris florenciendo!!! @jeffleatham・・・Still Praying - Stay Strong Paris - #PrayforParis - #Peace -...

Posted by Lili Estefan on Sunday, 15 November 2015