Landmarks Turn (Red)

Product (Red) movement has entered its third year of turning city landmarks red around the world in honour of World AIDS Day. Cities and landmarks turning (RED) in 2011 included the Empire State Building in New York, The London Eye, the Sydney Opera House, the Wrigley Building in Chicago, the CN Tower in Toronto and Table Mountain in Cape Town. The landmark lightings were designed to help raise awareness and support for the (Red) goal of eliminating mother-to-child transmission of HIV by 2015. The lightings were in many cases connected to local awareness-raising events.

Sydney Opera House (red)

Sydney Harbour Bridge (red)

London Eye (red)

Table Mountain (red)

San Francisco City Town Hall (red)

Empire State Building (red)

Here’s a list of all the cities and landmarks participating this year:
Australia: Sydney Opera House & Sydney Harbour Bridge, Canberra’s New and Old Parliament Houses and Black Mountain Tower
Brazil: The Congress Building, Brasilia
Canada: The CN Tower, Toronto
China: Former Kowloon-Canton Railway Clock Tower & The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Hong Kong
England: The London Eye
Ireland: The Mansion House, Dublin
South Africa: Table Mountain, Cape Town
United States:
New York: The Empire State Building, New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ MarketSite Tower in Times Square
San Francisco: City Hall, Ghiradelli Square, the JW Marriott
Chicago: The Wrigley Building
Washington D.C.: The Hirshhorn Museum
Portland: The Morrison Bridge
Atlanta: City Hall
Dallas: The Joule Hotel
Salt Lake City: The City & County Building
Atlantic City: Harrah’s Casino
Miami: Fountainebleau Hotel
Providence: Providence City Hall, Bank of America Skating Rink, Biltmore Hotel, G-Tech, Dunkin Donuts Center, RI Convention Center, One Financial Plaza (2 buildings), RI State House, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Trinity Repertory Theatre)