The world’s tallest building has been lit up with a 2,700ft effigy of Queen Elizabeth II in honor of Britain’s longest-serving monarch.
The Burj Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai was additionally illuminated with the Union Jack flag to pay tribute to Her Majesty, who died on September 8at the age of 96.
It is one of many iconic buildings emblazoned with huge portraits of the Queen.
A post was also shared by the official page of Burj Khalifa on Twitter along with the video of the stunning view on Sunday. "Lights up to extend our deepest condolences for the passing of her majesty Queen Elizabeth II," reads the caption.
New York’s Empire State Building dazzled with a purple and silver display to pay homage to the monarch.
The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin and Brazil’s Christ the Redeemer statue overlooking Rio de Janeiro were also lit up in red, blue and white.
Billboards in the Big Apple and Las Vegas also displayed the Queen’s portrait.