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Nearly 70 landmarks were part of “Light it up Red” this April—were any near you?

This year, nearly 70 landmarks were part of the “Light it up Red” campaign to show their support for World Hemophilia Day on April 17, 2017. The theme this year centres around recognizing the millions of women and girls affected by bleeding disorders.

You can still play a part in Lighting it up Red. If you have a story you’d like to share, you can do so on the WFH World Hemophilia Day website.

Landmarks that were part of “Light it up Red” this year

AAMI Stadium, Victoria, Australia
Adelaide Oval, SA, Australia
Arizona Science Center, Arizona, USA
Bagatelle Bridge, Mauritius
Bogota Columbia, Colombia
Boston South Train Station, Boston
Brisbane City Town Hall, Queensland, Australia
Cabildo de Tenerife, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Cira Centre, Philadelphia, USA
City of Portland, Maine, USA
CN Tower, Toronto
Convention Centre, Dublin, Ireland
Cordoba, Argentina
Council House, WA, Australia
Darwin Convention Centre, NT, Australia
Edmonton City Hall, Edmonton, Canada
Elizabeth Mall Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
FMC Centre, Philadelphia, USA
General Rafael Urdaneta Bridge, Venezuela
Hemophilia Center of Asia Hospital, Taiwan
Hermosillo, Mexico
High Level Bridge, Edmonton, Canada
Houston City Hall, Houston, Texas
Jardim Botânico, Curitiba, Brazil
Kennedy Lane Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
King George Square, Queensland, Australia
Miami Tower, Miami, Florida
Millennium Bridge, Gateshead, England
Niagara Falls, Ontario
Northern Territory, Tasmania, Australia
Olympic Stadium, Montreal
Ostankino Tower, Moscow
Pacific Science Center, Seattle
Pfizer Belgie headquarters, Belgium
Provincial Legislature, San Juan, Argentina
Railway roundabout Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Reconciliation Bridge, Calgary, Alberta
Reddacliff Place Sculptures, Brisbane, Australia
Rigley Tower, Chicago
Riverbank, SA, Australia
Sails of Light Canada Place, Vancouver, Canada
San Francisco City Hall, San Francisco, California
Science Museum, Virginia, USA
Skydance Bridge, Oklahoma
Sonora Mexico, Mexico
Spinnaker Tower, Hampshire, UK
St. Louis Planetarium, St-Louis, Missouri
Story Bridge, Brisbane, Australia
Suncorp Stadium, Queensland, Australia
Swan Bell Tower, Perth, Australia
Sydney Cricket Ground, NSW, Australia
Taipei World Financial Center, Taiwan
TD Boston Gardens, Boston, MA
Telstra Tower, Canberra, Australia
The National Palace of Culture, Sofia, Bulgaria
The Obelisco de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires
The Orlando Eye, Orlando, Florida
The Plaza de Cibeles Fountain, Madrid
The Zakim Bridge, Boston, MA
Theatre Square, Martin, Slovak Republic
Titan Crane, Glasgow, Scotland
Torre Colpatria in Bogota, Colombia
Trafalgar Bridge, WA, Australia
Trafalgar Square, Westminster, London
Tropical Dome Botanical Gardens, Brisbane, Australia
Victoria City Hall, Victoria, BC
Welland Bridge, Ontario, Canada
William Jolly Bridge, Queensland, Australia
Woodmen Life Tower, Omaha, USA

The WFH would like to thank our 2017 World Hemophilia Day sponsors for their continued support: Bayer, BioMarin, Biotest, Bioverativ, CSL Behring, F. Hoffman La-Roche, Green Cross, Grifols, Kedrion, LFB, Novo Nordisk, Octapharma, Pfizer, Precision Biologic, Shire, Sobi, and uniQure.