Dubai’s Burj Khalifa lit up with colours of Sri Lankan flag to show solidarity with the victims of the deadly Easter Sunday attacks.
The world’s tallest building turned green, orange and maroon on Thursday evening.
The devastating attacks, which struck Columbo, saw bombings on churches and luxury hotels that killed at least 350 people and wounded 500.
The Burj Khalifa posted the image on its official social media channels, hoping for a world built on tolerance and coexistence
Other key buildings in the UAE, too, paid homage to the victims by displaying Sri Lankan colours all this week
Some of these iconic buildings include the headquarters of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and Emirates Palace…
And Shaikh Zayed Bridge.