Happy St. Patrick’s Day 2021

Polish Landmarks Turning Green

Whether you are Irish, know someone Irish or once noticed a Guinness sign out of the corner of your eye, you qualify to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Despite the shuttered pubs and social distancing, global greening of landmark buildings will still continue. Joining the Empire State, the Sydney Opera House and for the first time, the Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai, the world is going green in celebration.

So far it has been confirmed that 38 landmarks in 19 Polish cities will turn green in 2021

Lighting up in Green this St. Patrick’s Day:

GdańskKościuszki Street flyoverNeptune’s Fountain
KaliszCity Hall
KatowiceSpodek Sports and Entertainment Arena
KielceCity HallJoseph Piłsudski’s Provincial Cultural CentreThe Centre of GeoeducationCultural Centre “Zameczek”
KrakówFather Bernatek FootbridgeLipska-Wielicka Street flyoverTauron ArenaCardinal Macharski Bridge
LublinCentre for the Meeting of CulturesArena Lublin
ŁódźOFF Piotrkowska Center
Nowy SączCity Hall
Olsztyn City Hall TowerAstronomical Observatory Tower
OpoleNational Centre of Polish Song
PoznańCity Office of PoznańCity HallHonorary Consulate of IrelandAdam Mickiewicz University Main AuditoriumAVENIDA Poznań Shopping CentreMTP SpirePoznań Ławica Airport
PrzemyślCity HallBrama Przemyska Bridge
RzeszówCity Hall
SandomierzCity Hall
ToruńCity Office of ToruńArtus Court
WłocławekCultural Centre Browar B
WrocławWrocław StadiumCentennial Hall
ZabrzeSzyb MaciejTeatr Nowy in Zabrze
ZamośćCity Hall
source dfa.ie

A special thanks to Magdalena Smolnicka for the image.

Have a great day and stay safe,

Team Digest

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