Landmarks that changed colour on World MS Day

Niagra falls one of the landmarks lit up for World MS Day
Niagara Falls lit up for World MS Day

There are many ways to mark World MS Day, and the MS community loves to organise varied events: from information stalls and talks on the latest research, to races and karaoke!

There’s something really special about seeing famous landmarks lit up for World MS Day. Perhaps it is because, as the MS Society of Canada says, it helps people with MS to look up and know that they’re not alone. Seeing different places all over the world (from Canada to Uruguay or Scotland) lit up for World MS Day fills us up with happiness.

We have selected some of our favourites photos so far!

 

CN tower, Canada: one of the landmarks lit up for World MS Day

Above: CN Tower, Canada.

Palace of Laws, Uruaguy: one of the landmarks lit up for World MS Day

Above: Palace of the Laws, Uruguay.

Titan crane: one of the landmarks lit up for World MS Day

Above: Titan Crane, United Kingdom.

Puerto Rico Capitol Building: one of the landmarks lit up for World MS Day

Above: Capitolio, Puerto Rico.

Thessaloniki WhiteTower: one of the landmarks lit up for World MS Day

Above: White Tower, Greece.

West Virginia Building. USA: one of the landmarks lit up for World MS Day

Above: West Virginia Building. USA

faculty of medicine Cairo University one of many landmarks illuminated for World MS Day
Faculty of medicine at Cairo University lit in blue and orange

 

 

 

Do you know of any other building that lit up or changed its colours to commemorate World MS Day? Send the pictures to [email protected] and we will add it to this article!

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