St.Patrick’s Day – A Day When The Whole World Celebrates The Irish Culture

Date: 17th March (Every Year)

St.Patrick’s Day Website: http://www.stpatricksfestival.ie/

Title:St. Patrick and Identity

Author: National Museum, Ireland

Full Text & Source: http://www.museum.ie/Country-Life/Featured-Topics/St-Patrick/Decorative-arts

St. Patrick and the symbols associated with him have been used to emphasis Irish identity and can been seen in these objects from the N.M.I. Collections.

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