The Eiffel Tower, a prominent feature of the City of Lights, will be illuminated in red, white, and blue from now until Wednesday as a symbol of strength and solidarity.

At the request of Paris’s mayor, in addition to displaying the colors of the French flag, the city’s motto “Fluctuat nec Mergitur” (“tossed, but not sunk”) will be projected onto the deck of the first floor of the Tower. The lights will be visible from nightfall until 1 a.m. each evening, according to a post on the Eiffel Tower’s official Facebook page.

The mayor’s decision comes in the wake of the November 13 terrorist attacks in Paris. The Tower also reopened to the public on Monday afternoon for the first time since the attacks.