The world’s landmarks are bathed in green for St Patrick’s Day
As the old saying goes ‘everyone is Irish on St Patrick’s Day’ and these photos from around the world would seem to suggest there is some truth in that.
Some of the most famous landmarks on the planet have been bathed in green to celebrate Ireland’s national day.
The green light shining onto the landmarks against the night sky can create a fantastic effect.
St Patrick’s Cathedral and Trinity College in Dublin are two of the places to have gone green, but the trend has spread far further afield.
Famous landmarks in European cities such as London, Paris and Berlin have gone green. It has even spread to the Egyptian Pyramids, Niagara Falls on the border of the USA and Canada and the Christ the Redeemer statue in Brazil.
Take a look at some of the most famous landmarks in the world bathed in green.
Christ the Redeemer – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Niagara Falls, USA/Canada
The Sphinx and the Pyramid of Khafre , Giza, Egypt
Great Wall of China
Sleeping Beauty Castle, Disneyland, Paris, France
London Eye, London, England
Armadillo, Glasgow, Scotland
Colosseum, Rome, Italy
Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany
Cibeles Fountain and Palace, Madrid, Spain
Perlan, Reykjavík, Iceland
Council House in Perth