‘Solidarity is our strength’: Manchester stood together tonight at the Albert Square vigil

‘Manchester is united as a city. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. God bless.’


Thousands gathered for a vigil tonight at the Manchester Town Hall in Albert Square to show their solidarity with the victims of the terror attack last night.

Manchester’s unique sense of community is evident, shown through photos from the gathering.

“Manchester is united as a city. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. God bless.”

#manchestervigil #manchester #flowers

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Rare blue sky above Manchester.

Flowers for victims.

 

Ahmadiyya Muslims Association show their love.

 

Peace + Love.

? #manchester #townhall #manchesterarena #united #vigil #manchestervigil #albertsquare #standtogether

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Solidarity is our strength.

Saddest but most empowering experience ❤️ #manchestervigil

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Crowds at Albert Square.

 

A sense of community.

 

“ISIS don’t scare us – We’re Manc!”

?❤ #vigil #manchester #townhall #standtogether #mancunian #proud #nohate #notafraid #albertsquare

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“Peace will win. Fear will lose.”

 

Vigil from Manchester’s Syrian Community.

A CityUnited demonstrates the best in humanity #albertsquare #manchester #manchestervigil

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I <3 MCR.

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Shoulder to shoulder.

 

#WeStandTogether.

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