New York's Empire State Building lights up for Eid
The privately-owned 102-story skyscraper, which usually recieves upwards of 3.8 million visitors annually, is currently closed to visitors due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The building regularly shines colours to mark many religious holidays throught the year. Otherwise, it is illuminated in white every night.
"Beautiful, right? It’s good to see that NY can continue to hold together with love and mutual respect for all of our people. It’s what makes this one of the greatest cities in the world," one person wrote in response.
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The building, which reaches a height of 381 meters, was previously the tallest building in the world for forty years, before Dubai's Burj Khalifa took the title.