St Patrick's Day around the world Tue 17 Mar 2015 The Lord Mayor of Dublin tweeted this image this morning with the caption: "Happy St. Patrick's day everyone! Looking forward to the parade later today. Don't forget your shamrock! " The Irish Embassy in Rome tweeted a picture of the Colosseum greened up for Paddy's Day The London Eye on London's South Bank is lit green by Tourism Ireland to celebrate St Patrick's Day. Photo: Matt Alexander/PA Wire Glasgow's SSE Hydro Arena and Armadillo in Scotland illuminated green as they are among more than 100 international landmarks turning green to mark St Patrick's Day. Photograph: PA Edinburgh Castle in Scotland illuminated green as it is among more than 100 international landmarks turning green to mark St Patrick's Day. Photograph: Gareth Easton/PA Wire Government buildings in Dublin are illuminated in green for the St Patrick's Day festival tomorrow. Photo: Brian Lawless/PA Wire Edinburgh Airport control tower in Scotland illuminated green. Photograph: Chris James/PA Wire Patrons celebrate St Patrick's Day at the Orient Hotel in Sydney, Australia. Photograph: Brendon Thorne/Getty Images Members of the Boston Police Gaelic Column take part in the annual St Patrick's Day Parade in South Boston. Photograph: Tory Germann/EPA Massachusetts Firefighters take part in the annual St Patrick's Day Parade in South Boston, Massachusetts. Photograph: Tory Germann/EPA For the first time in the 114-year history of Boston's St. Patrick's Day parade, gay rights activists marched openly on Sunday under rainbow banners in the city's annual celebration of its Irish heritage, after organizers lifted a longtime ban. Two groups, Boston Pride and OutVets, were among dozens of contingents taking part in the parade Brian Mahoney, commander of the Veterans Council in charge of the parade, salutes Bryan Bishop, founder of LGBT veterans group OutVet. Photograph: Dominick Reuter/Reuters The only caption we have to far for this one reads: Happy La le Padraig from Anne, Jack and Isabella...but we don't know where they are! Hopefully will have an update on that soon. It's obviously somewhere warm and sunny. Nice. Aoife Ward and her husband Manoj Gahlawat at a Paddy's Day party at EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany. Joining in the festivities in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia were, from left, Moira Ryan (Tipperary/Sydney), Olivan Vaughan (Clare/Melbourne) & Mary-Rose Flanagan(Tipperary/Sydney) at the recent Irish cricket win over Zimbabwe.