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The first time a European city sees such a magnificent display: London turns on the lights for the month of Ramadan
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has switched on the first festive lights for the holy month of Ramadan in London's Piccadilly Circus. It is the first time a European city has seen such a magnificent display, with the installation containing 30,000 permanent lights.
The iconic West End street will be lit up for the month of Ramadan, which is celebrated by Muslims, including the Mayor of London himself. Muslim believers this year will start fasting tonight, until April 21. The initiative was led by non-profit organization 'Ramadan Lights UK', which came together to set up the exhibition through public donations.
The lights spell out "Happy Ramadan", with twinkling moons and matching stars, while the curated concept depicts the phases of the moon throughout the month of Ramadan.
Tonight we welcome the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan ☪️— Sadiq Khan (@SadiqKhan) March 22, 2023
I want to thank London's Muslims, not only for your enormous contribution to our city, but for showcasing London's caring and compassionate values.
From my family to yours: #RamadanMubarak pic.twitter.com/xhq4t6uycz