Landmark buildings lit up for N-Day
Gulf Today|December 02, 2020
ABU DHABI: Inspired by the grand show ‘Seed of the Nation’ which will be held in Abu Dhabi to mark the 49th UAE National Day, landmark buildings across the UAE have been lit up in the country’s colours and mesmerising illuminations in observance of the national occasion.

The Burj Khalifa lit up in the country’s colours to mark National Day.

The spectacular show will take the form of a moving sculpture surrounded by sea and illuminated by digital visuals portraying themes inspired by the UAE’s history and values.

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