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See Tampa Bay Landmarks Lit Up In Blue And Yellow For Ukraine

The Skyway Bridge is lit up in the colors of the Ukrainian flag, Friday, March 4 in St. Petersburg. LUIS SANTANA | Times
Blue and yellow lights bathe the columns on the Skyway Bridge as a show of solidarity for the people of Ukraine fighting a Russian invasion, Friday, March 4 in St. Petersburg. LUIS SANTANA | Times
The Skyway Bridge lights up in the colors of the Ukrainian flag on Friday, March 4 in St. Petersburg. LUIS SANTANA | Times
Janet Echelman, the artist behind Bending Arc, designed a new blue and yellow light scheme in solidarity with the Ukrainian people fighting a Russian invasion. The sculpture is seen here on Friday, March 4 in St. Petersburg. LUIS SANTANA | Times
Blue and yellow lights on the Bending Arc sculpture at the St. Pete Pier on Friday, March 4 in St. Petersburg. LUIS SANTANA | Times

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The Bending Arc sculpture lit up in the colors of the Ukrainian flag on Friday, March 4 in St. Petersburg. LUIS SANTANA | Times
On Thursday, March 3, a child runs through fountains at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park, illuminated in the colors of the Ukrainian flag in a display of solidarity with the country, which remains under invasion by Russia. IVY CEBALLO | Times
A fountain at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park is illuminated with blue and yellow lights, the colors of the Ukrainian flag on Thursday, March 3. IVY CEBALLO | Times
On Thursday, March 3, Tampa City Hall is illuminated with the colors of the Ukrainian flag in a display of solidarity with the country, which remains under invasion by Russia. IVY CEBALLO | Times
On Tuesday, March 1, the promotional signs at the St. Pete Pier, which usually change from color-to-color, are fixed to glow in blue or yellow at the St. Petersburg mayor’s request, in solidarity with Ukraine. Mayor Ken Welch issued a statement saying, “We condemn the ongoing violence and unprovoked attacks on Ukraine’s sovereignty.” MARTHA ASENCIO-RHINE | Times
The promotional signs at the St. Pete Pier are fixed to glow in blue or yellow at the mayor’s request, in solidarity with Ukraine, on Tuesday, March 1. MARTHA ASENCIO-RHINE | Times

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