The Eiffel Tower, Paris, France
Pink lighting marked Breast Cancer Awareness month at the Eiffel Tower.
The White House, Washington, D.C., United States
In 2008, George W. Bush became the first president to cast pink light on the White House and the tradition has been carried on by his predecessors. “During October, we raise awareness and encourage people to take steps to reduce their risk of breast cancer,” said First Lady Melania Trump.
10 Downing Street, London, United Kingdom
The official residence of the UK Prime Minister also turned pink for the occasion.
Tokyo Tower, Tokyo, Japan
The Eiffel Tower-inspired Tokyo Tower was illuminated on October 1 to mark the beginning of the month.
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, Tokyo, Japan
The headquarters of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government was also cast in a pink light.
The Helmsley Building, New York City, United States
One of New York’s most iconic buildings, the Helmsley Building on Park Avenue, was cast in a deep shade of pink on October 1.
Montgomery County Court House, Norristown, United States
Even judicial buildings such as Montgomery County Court House joined the effort.
The Széchenyi Chain Bridge, Budapest, Hungary
The iconic chain bridge that crosses the River Danube was cast in a pink tone.
La Casa Rosada, Buenos Aires, Argentina
La Casa Rosada, or “Pink House” in Argentina, which serves as the executive mansion and office of the President of Argentina became even pinker on October 1.
La Fontaine des Eléphants, Chambéry, France
This elegant fountain in Chambéry was lit to mark the month.
Praça dos Três Poderes, Brasília, Brazil
This plaza in the Brazilian capital is surrounded by Congress, the Supreme Court and the Presidential Office, all of which were cast in pink.
Tyholttårnet, Trondheim, Norway
This soaring radio tower in Trondheim, Norway was also illuminated.