Burj Khalifa Displays The Union Jack From Top To Bottom

Burj Khalifa

During these unprecedented days where we are asked to stay home, it is difficult for us to go out and see some of the splendours of Dubai, however it does not mean that the sites we are so used to enjoying stay silent, and one such site is the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.    

To mark the occasion of the 94th birthday on 21 April of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the ruling monarch of the United Kingdom, the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, lit up in red, white and blue to display the Union Jack from top to bottom.

The relationship between the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates is a strong relationship, which dates back many years, and this is a further sign of the strength and respect that relationship is held in.

This is the second time over the last few days that the Burj Khalifa has displayed a nations flag. Earlier this week the Swiss flag was on display as a sign of solidarity during the global coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, after the UAE Flag was on display on Matterhorn Mountain in tye Swiss and Italian Alps.     




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