Hanukkah began Sunday. To celebrate, the owners of the Paramount Miami Worldcenter skyscraper are lighting “The World’s Tallest Menorah” on the building’s front façade.
During the eight nights of the Jewish “festival of lights,” the 700-foot-tall tower will illuminate every morning before dawn and from sunset to midnight with digital Hanukkah décor, a press note said.
Other decorations include “The World’s Tallest” spinning digital dreidels and LED array of six-pointed Jewish stars.
J.T. Sabo, chief designer officer of Paramount Worldcenter developer Royal Palm Companies, called the display “a shining beacon of celebration” celebrating “the triumph of light over darkness.”
– Jesse Scheckner, Florida Politics