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See World Landmarks Go Dark For Earth Hour

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Posted on March 29, 2015, at 1:24 p.m. ET

On Saturday night, people around the world turned off their lights to mark Earth Hour: a campaign to save energy and call for tougher climate change action.

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Landmarks around the world went dark for an hour, including Saint Basil's Cathedral in Moscow.

Sergei Karpukhin / Reuters
Sergei Karpukhin / Reuters
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Sergei Karpukhin / Reuters

London's Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.

Stefan Wermuth / Reuters
Stefan Wermuth / Reuters
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Stefan Wermuth / Reuters

The Hungarian parliament in Budapest.

Bernadett Szabo / Reuters
Bernadett Szabo / Reuters
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Bernadett Szabo / Reuters

Vienna City Hall in Austria.

Heinz-Peter Bader / Reuters
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Berlin's Brandenburger Tor gate.

Hannibal Hanschke / Reuters
Hannibal Hanschke / Reuters
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Hannibal Hanschke / Reuters

The Serbian parliament building in Belgrade.

Marko Djurica / Reuters
Marko Djurica / Reuters
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Marko Djurica / Reuters

Belgrade's Saint Sava Church.

Marko Djurica / Reuters
Marko Djurica / Reuters
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Marko Djurica / Reuters

The Acropolis in Athens.

Kostas Tsironis / Reuters
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Kostas Tsironis / Reuters

The Spanish Royal Palace in Madrid.

Susana Vera / Reuters
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Susana Vera / Reuters

The Leifeng Pagoda in Hangzhou, China.

Chance Chan / Reuters
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Chance Chan / Reuters

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