The World ‘Goes Green’ for St. Patrick’s Day

Some of the world’s most famous and iconic landmarks will ‘go green’ this weekend to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. This year mark’s the 10th year of Tourism Ireland’s campaign to promote Ireland all around the globe and some 450 landmarks in 55 countries will take part.

The World ‘Goes Green’ for St. Patrick’s Day

Some new additions this year include Victoria Falls in Africa, the Eden Project in Cornwall, and the Shizuoke Stadium ECOPA, Japan where Ireland will play Japan in the Rugby World Cup in September.

Let’s take a look at just a few of them

 

Chicago River, Chicago

The World ‘Goes Green’ for St. Patrick’s Day

Moulin Rouge, Paris

The World ‘Goes Green’ for St. Patrick’s Day

Alcala Gate, Madrid

The World ‘Goes Green’ for St. Patrick’s Day

Dutch Film Institute EYE, Amsterdam

The World ‘Goes Green’ for St. Patrick’s Day

The London Eye, London

The World ‘Goes Green’ for St. Patrick’s Day

Empire State Building, New York

The World ‘Goes Green’ for St. Patrick’s Day

 

And some of the new additions for 2019…

The Eden Project, Cornwall

The World ‘Goes Green’ for St. Patrick’s Day

Welcome Sign, Las Vegas

The World ‘Goes Green’ for St. Patrick’s Day

Cristo Rei Statue, Lisbon

The World ‘Goes Green’ for St. Patrick’s Day

Atakule Tower, Ankara

The World ‘Goes Green’ for St. Patrick’s Day

 

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

 

 

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