13 LANDMARKS TURNED GREEN ON ST PATRICK’S DAY

17 March 2016

This post originally featured on Flight Centre AU and is written by Ben Stower


In recognition of Ireland and Irish heritage, along with the gift of multiculturalism, numerous man-made and natural landmarks around the world have turned green for St Patrick's Day.

Here's a look at what's been adorned in the shamrock green, including some new additions from the world's biggest cities. Be there next year to experience the sites up close.

1. The Colosseum - Rome, Italy

2. Chicago River - Chicago, USA

 

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3. Trinity College - Dublin, Ireland

 

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4. Auckland Museum - Auckland, New Zealand

 

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5. London Eye - London, England

 

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6. Empire State Building - New York, USA

 

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7. Leaning Tower Of Pisa - Pisa, Italy

 

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8. Sacre-Coeur - Paris, France

 

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9. Bank Of Ireland - Dublin, Ireland

10. Nelson's Column - London, England

 

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11. Puerta de Alcala - Madrid, Spain

 

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12. Giant's Causeway - Northern Ireland

13. Disneyland Paris - Paris, France

(Feature Image: Getty)