A Paris metro station on the Champs-Élysées has been renamed Elizabeth II on the day of the Queen's funeral, as a tribute.
The signs at George V tube station, named after the Queen's grandfather, were replaced on Monday as a mark of respect for the monarch who was taken to her final residence today.
"We wanted to participate in the day of mourning by placing the sign 'Elizabeth II 1926-2022' at George V station on line 1," a spokesman for Paris metro company RATP told AFP.
The station will revert to the George V name on Tuesday.
French flags fly at half-mast on public buildings, but a small number of mayors did not follow the directive.
Patrick Proissy the left-wing mayor of Faches-Thumesnil, in northeastern France, said he would refuse to lower the flag on public buildings in his village.
Although he expressed his condolences after the Queen's death, he said such a move went against France's democratic principles of "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity".
"No concept is further from 'equality' than monarchy," he wrote on social media.