Photographs of the Empire State Building lit up with red, white and blue lights do not depict the building on Nov. 13 honoring Paris. Instead, those images are from the Veteran's Day lighting on Nov. 11.
The Empire State Building's official website documents every lighting in the past year, as well as what colors where used and for what occasion.
Instead of a lighting, the building went dark at 10 p.m. on Friday. Other buildings in the United States and across the globe did change colors in honor of Paris.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo directed One Trade Center to light up its spire blue, white and red.
"We stand in solemn solidarity with the people of France, just as they have done for us in our own times of tragedy," he said in a statement.
San Francisco City Hall, the Omni Hotel in Dallas and Toronto's CN Tower were also illuminated in the colors of the French flag, according to an NBC affliate.
The Sydney Opera House in Australia also honored France.