As a memorial of those who lost their lives during the Orlando terror attack on Friday, Gov. Rick Scott directed 49 Florida state flags to be placed in front of the Florida Historic Capitol in Tallahassee for 49 days. Under each flag displays the name, age and photo of every victim of the terror attack.

“The memory of this horrific tragedy will never be forgotten, as well as the legacies of each of the 49 victims," Scott said in a release. "While we can never completely heal from the pain of such loss, we continue to be reminded of each life taken in Orlando and their individual impact on so many. We mourn with the families and loved ones as they grieve, and ask all Floridians to continue praying for those affected by the terror attack in the coming days. This memorial will be a place to remember and honor their lives.”

Gov. Rick Scott lays a flower in front of one of the 49 flags that will fly at the Capitol for 49 days in memory of the Pulse shooting victims.   (Photo: Gov. Rick Scott's office)