In Bern, the capital, the Government opened a condolence book.
Despite the rain, 300,000 people jammed the broad plaza in front of the Imperial Palace, some waiting hours to sign condolence books.
They also opened up condolence books for people to sign.
Some lined up to sign condolence books lit by 1,000 candles at the church altar.
Three days after she died, people still lined up to sign a condolence book.
People have lined up outside the Russian Embassy in Washington to sign a condolence book.
From studying the photographs, Fiona moved to the condolence book.
After the death of a leading figure or great disaster, condolence books are placed in public places for members of the general public to use.
Reviewing a condolence book may help grieving relatives come to terms with the reality of their loss.
Today the royal household was obliged to put out 43 black leather-bound condolence books where there had originally been just 5.