Ramadan lights up London’s West End
As 1.3 million UK Muslims prepare for a month of fasting, over 30,000 lights were switched on by Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London
The first ever Ramadan light display in Europe has illuminated Piccadilly Circus, London, to celebrate the start of the holy month.
The lights, which were revealed to the public on 11 March and curated by Ramadan Lights UK, show the different phases of the moon throughout Ramadan.
Joined by community, business leaders and influencers, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan switched on the 30,000 sustainable lights on the evening of Tuesday, 21 March.
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