Mourners have left candles, flowers and other tributes outside two restaurants where a number of people were shot and killed in Paris on 13 November.
The Paris attacks have left at least 127 people dead across the city, with shootings at restaurants including Le Petit Cambodge and Le Carillon, multiple suicide bombings at the Stade de France, and a massacre at the Bataclan music venue.
It is thought around 40 people were killed at restaurants and bars. Local resident Eric Namont said, "Remarkably, I almost ate dinner in the area last night and I went into the suburbs. And when we came back, we're dumbstruck, and there you go, life goes on."
The majority of the casualties took place at the Bataclan, where four masked men took to the stage and executed 87 people. The French national football team were playing Germany in a friendly match when the outside of the stadium was attacked, leaving three dead.
The killings are the most deadly in France since the Second World War. Islamic State (Isis) have claimed responsibility for the attacks.