More than 240 sites are signed up to take part
You know that old joke - what do the Big Banana in Australia, Ethiopian Airlines and rhino statues in Nairobi have in common?
Well, now it has an answer - they are just some of the more unusual places going green this St Patrick's Day.
It is part of the Global Greening initiative by Tourism Ireland, which will see a record number of landmarks go green on March 17th.
Beginning back in 2010, it saw just the Sydney Opera House and the Sky Tower in Auckland go green.
But this year, more than 240 sites are signed up to take part.
From Rome to Rio and from London to Las Vegas, a host of buildings and sites around the world will be turning a shade of green over the coming days.
These include some unlikely places and things, including:
Niall Gibbons, CEO of Tourism Ireland, said: "This is the eighth year of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative and it’s bigger and better than ever this year, with some wonderful (and unusual!) new additions.
"St Patrick’s Day traditionally marks the real start of the tourism season for us; our aim is to bring a smile to the faces of people around the world and to convey the message that Ireland offers the warmest of welcomes and great fun, as well as wonderful scenery and heritage."
Some new buildings and sites taking part this year include One World Trade Center in New York, the beautiful Petit Palais on the Champs-Élysées in Paris and the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc in Barcelona.