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Colossium, Eiffel Towel to switch off lights in memory of Genocide victims

Colossium, Eiffel Towel to switch off lights in memory of Genocide victims

April 24
The most famous landmark in Rome, Colossium will switch off the lights on April 24, 10 pm local time, ANSA Italian news agency reports. The move is a tribute to the memory of 1,5 million innocent victims of the 1915 Armenian Genocide. Paris will also be joining the initiative, with the lights on the symbol of Paris Eiffel Towel to also go off, according to Armenian media.
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