The Saint-Patrick’s Day

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The Saint-Patrick’s day is a Christian celebration, that Irish from all around the world are committed to properly commemorate with beer, music and dance each March 17th.

At the fifth century Pope assigned St. Patrick, well-known also as Maewyn Succat, to evangelize the king Aengus and his people to the concept of the Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) using clover.

From this time the clover will be the national symbol who still endures today.

Irish people dispersed to the 4 corners of the world, are pround to celebrate march 17th, the died of their Saint.

The program includes parades, parties with Irish beer, and cultural events who delight each year the Irish, and show to the rest of the world this warm and endearing people.

In Dublin the celebration will be wonderful !|-6.259398|16

London will celebrate the Saint-Patrick’s day with a big parade:

If you’re in Chicago, you will be amazed with the spectacle of thte Michigan river tinted in green!

în Paris, Ireland moves at the Palais des Congrès, Porte Maillot, for a breathtaking show of songs and dances.

Overall in the French capital , many places also celebrate St. Patrick as in Dublin !

Well celebrated in the United States, with about 35 million Americans who claim their Irish origin, you can participate in numerous events celebrating the St. Patrick’s Day.

In Manhattan, a giant parade will host the cosmopolitan city !


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