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Cities, Monuments Honor Earth Hour By Dousing the Lights

Earth Hour, organized by World Wide Fund, takes place worldwide and is a global call to turn off lights for 60 minutes in a bid to highlight the global climate change.
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A man lights lamps to form the number 60, representing the 60 minutes of Earth Hour, during Earth Hour in Colombo, Sri Lanka, March 25, 2017.
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A man lights lamps to form the number 60, representing the 60 minutes of Earth Hour, during Earth Hour in Colombo, Sri Lanka, March 25, 2017.

A globe illuminated with led-lights by activists of the World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF) in front of the Brandenburg Gate to mark Earth Hour, in Berlin, March 25, 2017.
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A globe illuminated with led-lights by activists of the World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF) in front of the Brandenburg Gate to mark Earth Hour, in Berlin, March 25, 2017.

Buddhist monks light oil lamps during earth hour celebrations at Myanmar's famous Shwedagon pagoda, in Yangon, Myanmar, March 25, 2017. Earth Hour takes place worldwide and is a global call to turn off lights for 60 minutes in a bid to highlight the globa
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Buddhist monks light oil lamps during earth hour celebrations at Myanmar's famous Shwedagon pagoda, in Yangon, Myanmar, March 25, 2017. Earth Hour takes place worldwide and is a global call to turn off lights for 60 minutes in a bid to highlight the globa

Shoppers stand outside of a shopping mall with the lights operating normally following Earth Hour in Beijing, March 25, 2017.
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Shoppers stand outside of a shopping mall with the lights operating normally following Earth Hour in Beijing, March 25, 2017.

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