CN Tower Toronto and Calgary Tower

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  • The CN Tower was lit with special red and green lights for His Highness the Aga Khan’s visit to Toronto.
  • The Flame on the Calgary Tower was lit on the evening of November 23rd at 6PM for His Highness the Aga Khan.

Note, above photographs are collected from Flickr’s public pages and they contain some inaccurate descriptions which has been corrected by someone at the source.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/26297337@N06/3054249355/#DiscussPhoto

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Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

3 thoughts

  1. Toronto’s CN Tower, one of the very great wonders of the world and once its tallest free-standing structure, normally displays a plethora of colours every night, much like Paris’s Eiffel Tower does: red, purple, blue, yellow, green, orange, all in a melange of different shapes, sizes and movements.

    However, on the nights of Saturday November 22nd and Sunday November 23rd 2008 the CN Tower displayed the fixed red and green colours of the ‘MyFlag’ in commemoration of His Highness Aga Khan’s Golden Jubilee visit to Canada in general and Toronto in particular. By Monday night, November 24th 2008, once the two Toronto Darbars were over, those lights had reverted to their normal multi-coloured presentations.

    Here is a picture of the top part of the CN Tower I took from my balcony on the night of Sunday, November 23rd 2008:

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  2. This is the kind respect i like to see Countries/Governments from all over the world should give to our beloved Hazar Imam.

    Long live our Imam.

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