World famous landmarks are lighting up in blue for the United Nations anniversary
It's the ultimate show of world peace!
(SPOT.ph) On October 24, the United Nations (UN) is celebrating their 70th anniversary by lighting up iconic monuments, buildings, statues, bridges, and other landmarks all over the world with the color blue. This campaign is UN's way of promoting its message of peace, development, and dignity for all.
By checking out #UN70 and #UNBlue, you'll get to see the Sydney Opera House in Australia, the great Pyraminds of Giza in Egypt, the statue of Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, and the Empire State Building in New York light up with participating establishments in Manila: the SM Mall of Asia, together with the digital boards of SM MOA Arena, SM Megamall, SM Aura, and SM North EDSA. Click here for a list of all areas joining the fun.
The United Nations in the Philippines will celebrate with Goodwill Ambassadors Anne Curtis and KC Concepcion, together with shadow play artists El Gamma Penumbra at the SM Mall of Asia Music Hall on October 23, 6 p.m.
Photo from the United Nations Information Centre (UNIC) Manila