Tourism Ireland has added a number of new sites to the Global Greening line-up for St Patrick's Day.
The unique event is marking its 10th year and will feature new additions like Victoria Falls, The Eden Project in Cornwall, York's medieval City Walls and The Cotton Tree in Sierra Leone.
Other new Greening sites added to the list include a leopard statue called 'Chiu' in Nairobi, Nation Towers in Abu Dhabi, the Château de Beaulieu on the banks of the Loire, the Atakule Tower in Ankara and the Shizuoka Stadium ECOPA in Japan.
The historic Cutty Sark sailing ship in Greenwich, the Beatus Rhenanus bridge over the Rhine and 'Niki' - a Cathay Pacific DC-3 airplane on display in the Cathay Pacific headquarters in Hong Kong - will also takep part for the first time.
Pari Roller - the world's biggest rollerskating event, which takes place every Friday night in Paris - is also set to go green.
Tourism Ireland said: "Hundreds of rollerskaters gliding through the streets of the French capital will stop at the Palais de Chaillot, where they'll carry bright green glow sticks to celebrate our national day."
To mark the 10th year of the Global Greening, Tourism Ireland is launching a new book called Ireland's Greening of the World.
It tells the story of the campaign since it began in 2010 and how it has since captured the imagination of people everywhere.
The new sites will join some old favourites - including The Colosseum, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Niagara Falls, the 'Welcome' sign in Las Vegas, Sleeping Beauty castle at Disneyland Paris, the Sydney Opera House, Burj al Arab, Christ the Redeemer statue and the London Eye.
Niall Gibbons, CEO of Tourism Ireland, has said: "The success of our Global Greening initiative is due in no small part to the great work that has been carried out across the world by Irish people and the Diaspora.
"I would particularly like to thank the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade for the great support we receive from the Irish embassy network.
"The eagerness of cities and countries everywhere to take part underlines the strength of the deep connection that people all over the world feel to Ireland.
"More than 70 million people around the world claim links to the island of Ireland and St Patrick's Day is a truly unique opportunity to reconnect them with their heritage.
"People across the world instantly identify St Patrick's Day with the island of Ireland and that heightened profile allows us to put the Ireland holiday experience in the spotlight - from Sydney to Singapore and from Rome to Rio de Janeiro.
"Our St Patrick's programme will span Great Britain, Mainland Europe, North America, Australia, as well as emerging tourism markets such as China and the UAE."
Tourism Ireland has said it will also "exploit" the profile of St Patrick's Day with international media, sending images, video footage and news about Ireland to news desks around the world - as well as to its database of more than 20,000 influential travel and lifestyle media contacts.