London Looks Pretty In Pink As Major Landmarks Were Lit Up Last Night

No, we haven’t had another royal Princess (last year, London lit up in pink in order to announce the birth of Princess Charlotte). Last night (4th May) major landmarks including the fountains at Trafalgar Square, London Eye and the National Theatre were glowing bright pink in order to remind Londoners to vote in the mayoral elections.

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Almost 4,000 polling stations will be open today from 7am until 10pm this evening. Find your nearest polling station here.

Featured image credit: Philip Bloom Flickr 

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