The community lit up in red on April 17

On April 17, landmarks all over the world were lit up in red for World Hemophilia Day in a show of solidarity with the bleeding disorders community. This year’s theme is Sharing Knowledge Makes us Stronger, and the strength and conviction of our community was apparent in the  number of landmarks that were lit up in red. In the days after World Hemophilia Day, pictures from all corners of the globe were shared on the World Federation of Hemophilia Facebook page. Here are just a few of them, picked by the staff of Hemophilia World online.

The Cathedral of St. Elisabeth in Kosice (Slovakia)

La Fontaine Subé (France)

Quezon Memorial Circle (Philippines)

Hemophilia Memorial in San Francisco at the National Aids Memorial Grove (U.S.A)

Ostankino TV Tower (Russia)

Hôtel de ville de Reims (France)

San Francisco City Hall (U.S.A)

National Palace of Culture (Bulgaria)