St. Patrick’s Day in Poland: Cities and Towns turning Green!
News28 February 2020
St. Patrick’s Day, Ireland’s National Day, is celebrated in Poland and around the world every year. Polish cities will join the Global Greening campaign and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by lighting up famous buildings in green on 17 March.
Polish landmarks across the entire nation will join the Empire State Building in New York, Niagara Falls, Moulin Rouge in Paris, Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Sydney Opera House, as well as many other iconic sites around the world in lighting up in green to mark Ireland’s National Day!
In 2019, 53 landmarks in 21 Polish cities and towns took part in the famous Global Greening campaign.
Polish sites confirmed so far for 2020 are:
Palace of Culture and Science
Uczniowska Street flyover
Kościuszki Street flyover
Centre of Culture and Art
|Katowice||Spodek Sports and Entertainment Arena|
Regional Cultural Centre
Echo shopping centre
Father Bernatek Footbridge
Lipska-Wielicka Street flyover
Cardinal Macharski Bridge
|Lublin||Centre for the Meeting of Cultures|
OFF Piotrkowska Center
TME office center
City Hall Tower
Astronomical Observatory Tower
Old Town's Amphitheatre
|Opole||National Centre of Polish Song|
Poznań Główny railway station/AVENIDA Poznań
Adam Mickiewicz University Main Auditorium
Honorary Consulate of Ireland
Poznań Ławica Airport
The Raczyński Library
Poznań Archaeological Museum
Bishop Jordan Bridge
Brama Przemyska Bridge
|Szczecin||Museum of Polish Big Beat in Willa Sorrento|
Marshal Edward Rydz-Śmigły Bridge
Browar B. Cultural Centre
Please be aware that the situation concerning COVID-19 is rapidly evolving. Individual event organisers may change their decision on participation in the campaign.