Landmarks and buildings across Lithuania and in some foreign cities are illuminated on Friday in yellow, green and red for the centenary of Lithuania's restored statehood.
Brussels boy dressed in the Lithuanian national costume
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Tallinn's Freedom Square and Tel Aviv's Town Hall were lit up in the Lithuanian national colors on the eve of Feb. 16.

The Polish Presidential Palace in Warsaw, the Empire State Building in New York, Los Angeles International Airport and the Ponte Estaiada bridge in Sao Paulo will be illuminated in yellow, green and red on Friday evening.

Members of the Estonian government, Lithuanians living in Estonia and Tallinn University's choir sang the Lithuanian national anthem in front of the Lithuanian embassy in Tallinn. The event was broadcast live by Estonia's public broadcaster.

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