PHOTOS Buildings illuminated in blue to mark World Autism Awareness Day

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Buildings illuminated in blue to mark World Autism Awareness Day

Xinhua

21:45, April 03, 2020

The Galata Tower is lightened in blue in Istanbul, Turkey, April 2, 2020. Turkey's biggest city Istanbul on Thursday lightened well-known buildings in blue to mark World Autism Awareness Day. The day is designated by the United Nations to encourage countries to take further steps in research, diagnoses, treatment, and acceptance for those affected by the disorder. (Photo by Yasin Akgul/Xinhua)

The Galata Tower is lightened in blue in Istanbul, Turkey, April 2, 2020. Turkey's biggest city Istanbul on Thursday lightened well-known buildings in blue to mark World Autism Awareness Day. The day is designated by the United Nations to encourage countries to take further steps in research, diagnoses, treatment, and acceptance for those affected by the disorder. (Photo by Yasin Akgul/Xinhua)

The Galata Tower is lightened in blue in Istanbul, Turkey, April 2, 2020. Turkey's biggest city Istanbul on Thursday lightened well-known buildings in blue to mark World Autism Awareness Day. The day is designated by the United Nations to encourage countries to take further steps in research, diagnoses, treatment, and acceptance for those affected by the disorder. (Photo by Yasin Akgul/Xinhua)

Budapest landmark Ferenc Puskas Football Stadium is illuminated in blue to mark the World Autism Awareness Day in Budapest, Hungary, April 2, 2020. The day is designated by the United Nations to encourage countries to take further steps in research, diagnoses, treatment, and acceptance for those affected by the disorder. (Photo by Attila Volgyi/Xinhua)

Budapest landmark Liberty statue is illuminated in blue to mark the World Autism Awareness Day in Budapest, Hungary, April 2, 2020. The day is designated by the United Nations to encourage countries to take further steps in research, diagnoses, treatment, and acceptance for those affected by the disorder. (Photo by Attila Volgyi/Xinhua)

Budapest landmark Palace of Arts is illuminated in blue to mark the World Autism Awareness Day in Budapest, Hungary, April 2, 2020. The day is designated by the United Nations to encourage countries to take further steps in research, diagnoses, treatment, and acceptance for those affected by the disorder. (Photo by Attila Volgyi/Xinhua)

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