Midland Ministers Turn World Green
Written 9 months ago by Newsroom
Around sites and monuments around the world are going green for this St Patrick’s Day.
A giant blue whale skeleton in England along with a lion statue made from flip flops in Kenya are just some of the quirkier things to join the list.
The Global Greening Initiative started in 2010 with the Sydney Opera House and the Auckland.
During his visit to Canada, Communications Minister and Roscommon Galway Independent TD Denis Naughten posted a video on Twitter of him turning a world famous tourist attraction green:
VIDEO: Amazing honour to turn Niagara Falls ‘green’ for #StPatricksDay2018 as part of @TourismIreland ‘global greening’ initiative. 300 iconic landmarks across the world are going green for #StPatricksDay. Well done to @GoToIrelandCA @NiagaraParks @jimkelly2006 @merrionstreet pic.twitter.com/ksQmdMrKVR
— Denis Naughten (@DenisNaughten) March 13, 2018
Photo credit: twitter.com/@IrlEmbKenya