Every year St.Patrick’s day is celebrated on 17th March, the anniversary of his death in the fifth century. This is an Irish religious holiday and they celebrate the day for more than 1,000 years. On St. Patrick’s Day, which falls during Lent’s Christian season, Irish families will traditionally attend the morning church and will celebrate in the afternoon. The Lenten prohibition against meat consumption was waived and people will dance, drink and feast on the traditional food of Irish bacon and cabbage.
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St. Patrick, who lived during the fifth century, is the patron saint of Ireland and nationally inspired. Born in Roman Britain, he was a hostage and brought to Ireland as a slave at the age of 16. He later escaped but returned to Ireland and he was credited with bringing his people to Christianity. In the centuries after Patrick’s death (believed to be on 17 March, 461),
St. Patrick Day Facts
St.Patrick Day is an Irish National Holiday, on this day banks, school, stores, and business are closed.
The first celebration was organized in 1737 in Boston, United States Of America.
The national flower and emblem of Ireland are shamrocks.
The color of St. Patrick Day Is Green.
St.Patrick’s day is celebrated in the United States Of America, Canada, Australia, On St. Patrick’s Day, the Chicago River turns decorated with shamrock leaf. People arrange parade, party, and celebrate with family and friends.
Dublin St. Patrick’s Day Festival – Starting in 1995, Dublin’s St. Patrick Festival was started with the goal of becoming one of the world’s largest St. Patrick’s Day festivals. An event is actually a multi-day event, and there are fireworks, Irish music, riding, great Irish food and drinks and more!