Ground Zero to the Great Wall of China goes green for St Patrick
Tourism Ireland's Global Greening initiative celebrates its seventh year
This year, 190 landmarks stretching across six continents will illuminate in green for St Patricks Day, marking the seventh year of the Global Greening initiative.
The Sydney Opera House was the first to go green in 2010 and since then, the Colosseum in Rome, Niagara Falls in Canada and the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro have been among the sites to go green.
Emerging markets are also showing their support which is positive as...
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