Greece participates in Earth Hour 2021

Greece participates in Earth Hour 2021

Greece participates in Earth Hour 2021

Between 8.30pm and 9.30pm on Saturday, several landmarks across Greece turned off their lights, participating in Earth Hour 2021.

WWF’s Earth Hour is the world’s biggest movement to protect our planet, and encourages individuals, communities and businesses to turn off non-essential electric lights for one hour, as a symbol of commitment to the planet.

https://twitter.com/earthhour/status/1375477653130543109

Earth Hour was first held Greece in 2009 with more than 500 municipalities and towns switching off.

A number of landmarks became dark including the Acropolis, the White Tower, the Rio–Antirrio Bridge, the Stavros Niarchos Cultural Centre, the Presidential Mansion, the Monemvasia Castle, the Roman Conservatory of Patras and many more.

*Watch the lights on the Acropolis hill turn off for Earth Hour
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