Sunday marks the one-year anniversary since deadly terror attacks broke out in Paris.
Boosted security was on hand Saturday night for a concert by British pop-legend, Sting, who marked the reopening of the Bataclan concert hall.
90 of the 130 people died in the famous Parisian music hall during last year’s ISIS massacre, when gunmen set fire and suicide bombers set explosives during a heavy metal concert.
On the anniversary date Sunday, French President Francois Hollande visited each of the seven locations of last year’s terrorist attacks.
He unveiled two plaques at the Bataclan concert hall during the final commemoration stop, where the names of those 90 people killed were read aloud.
Observers stood in a minute of silence to honor the victims.