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Buildings Lit Up In Blue For World Diabetes Day
Every year, the International Diabetes Federation sponsors a Blue Monument Challenge, asking municipalities across the world to bathe their most distinctive landmarks in blue light to commemorate World Diabetes Day, which this year falls on Thursday, Nov. 14. Here, a slideshow of sites across America that have participated in recent years.

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The Diabetes Center at the University of South Florida, Tampa, Fla., 2011.

(Courtesy International Diabetes Federation)

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The California Statehouse, Sacramento, 2011.

(Courtesy International Diabetes Federation)

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Ferry Building, San Francisco, 2012.

(Courtesy International Diabetes Federation)

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Duke Chapel, Durham, N.C., 2011.

(Courtesy International Diabetes Foundation)

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Massachusetts State House, Boston, 2012.

(Courtesy International Diabetes Federation)

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Empire State Building, New York, 2012.

(Courtesy International Diabetes Federation)

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Sioux Falls Park, Sioux Falls, S.D., 2012.

(Courtesy International Diabetes Federation)

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Pacific Science Center, Seattle, 2011.

(Courtesy International Diabetes Federation)

Buildings Lit Up In Blue For World Diabetes Day

Every year, the International Diabetes Federation sponsors a Blue Monument Challenge, asking municipalities across the world to bathe their most distinctive landmarks in blue light to commemorate World Diabetes Day, which this year falls on Thursday, Nov. 14. Here, a slideshow of sites across America that have participated in recent years.

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