St.Patrick's Day Facts

St.Patrick’s Day is a national holiday in Ireland that is held on March 17th, the traditional date of death attributed to the country’s patron saint.
, or that he actually wore blue vestments and not green as they are often shown today?
Whether you know these facts or not, you are sure to have a great time in Ireland on St.Patrick’s Day.
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This list of facts about the day is sure to contain a few that most people don’t know, for example, did you know that St.Patrick was not actually Irish?
Did you know that the first St.Patrick’s Day celebrations took place in America in the mid-18th century, while the first parade in Dublin didn’t take place until 1931?

SOURCE: www . womanlywoman . com/2015/03/33-33-facts-about-st-patricks-day . html

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