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Going Green

Want to see Niagara Falls turned green for Patrick’s Day?

The Prince’s Palace in Monaco and City Hall in Vienna joined a huge range of landmarks around the world which went green for the day yesterday.

OVER A DOZEN iconic landmarks around the world turned green for the day yesterday to celebrate Patrick’s Day around the world – including Niagara Falls.

The iconic waterfall went green on both the Canadian and US sides for Patrick’s Day as part of Tourism Ireland’s global ‘greening’ to help promote Ireland as a tourist destination.

The Prince’s Palace in Monaco and the spectacular City Hall in Vienna also turned green for the day.

We’ve already shown you a lot of the pictures - Sydney Opera House, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Burj al Arab in Dubai, the TV Tower in Shanghai and the Prince’s Palace of Monaco were among the landmark sites around the world which all went green – but here’s the final three:

Want to see Niagara Falls turned green for Patrick’s Day?
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  • Niagara Falls goes green

  • Burgtheather in Vienna goes green

  • Prince's Palace in Monaco goes green

In full: Iconic sites go green for St Patrick’s Day >

In pics: How you spent St Patrick’s Day from Auckland to Dingle >

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