Paris victims remembered at Boston Common event ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Mourners gathered on the Boston Common, outside the French Consulate, and in churches to honor the victims of recent attacks in Paris. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Magali Boutiot, of Providence, who is originally from Toulouse, France paused in front of a makeshift memorial outside of the French Consulate in Boston. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Flowers were tucked into the fence outside of the French Cultural Center on Marlborough St. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff People gathered and shed tears as they sang the French national anthem during a rally held on the Boston Common. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Aurelie Mehaute wore peace signs on her face during the rally. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Marine Gazan, an au pair from France, cried during the Boston Common rally. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff A man held a peace sign with the Eiffel Tower in the center during the rally. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Gov. Charlie Baker, Mayor Martin Walsh, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren listened as Consulate General Valery Freland (center) addressed the crowd at the Boston Common. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff A woman observed a moment of silence for the victims of the Paris attacks. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Anne Sandstrom, of Burlington, broke down during a moment of silence. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Freland leaned down to read a note at a makeshift memorial outside of the French Consulate. Keith Bedford/Globe Staff A condolences book for victims of the recent terrorist attack in Paris on display at Boston City Hall. Keith Bedford/Globe Staff Marianne Gauthier signed the condolences book. Keith Bedford/Globe Staff From left: Cyril Dayon, Loris Boichot, Erick Carpenter, and son Gibson Carpenter participated in the rally. Keith Bedford/Globe Staff A boy held a French flag as people participated in a rally in Boston. Keith Bedford/Globe Staff Gov. Charlie Baker spoke about security and the recent Paris terrorist attacks during a news conference at the State House. Keith Bedford/Globe Staff Alexander Brian Arredondo bowed his head during a monent of silence. Keith Bedford/Globe Staff Boston Police Commissioner William Evans spoke about security during a news conference. Steven Senne/AP Austin Wolfe, of Quincy, who holds both US and French citizenship, carried a French flag at a vigil Sunday. Steven Senne/AP A knitted French flag rested on the sidewalk outside the French Consolate. Steven Senne/AP A man placed a candle at a makeshift memorial for those killed or wounded in the Friday attacks in Paris.