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Saint Patrick’s Day: 10 Things To Know

As every year, on March 17 we celebrate a date which is very special to the Irish and over the years, has made its way to one of the most celebrated days of the year all around the world. Saint Patrick’s Day is charged with traditions, feasts, lots of green coloured stuff and beer. Here are 10 things you should absolutely know about this day.  Enjoy this article while you enjoy your favorite beer at home in Corona quarantine.

Lots of beer. During this day, people augment the beer consumption. It even excels the famous German beer festival. According to established dates, people around the globe consume more than 13 Million litres of beer on Saint Patrick’s Day.

Green and more green. Irish people all around the world, and also lots of symathisers, dress in green. The colour is associated to the green island. If you want to celebrate this day authentically, we recommend you buy yourself a green t-shirt. Fun fact, the historic national colour of Ireland is actually blue.

Friends reunion in a pub. Irish people love pubs. One more reason to visit your next Irish pub and celebrate with natives. There is one in every bigger city, go find yours.

Who is Saint Patrick? Saint Patrick was born in the 15th century and was abducted by attackers of Ireland. During this time he had been studying to become a priest and established a religious doctrine based on the cloverleaf with four leaves. He died on the 17th of March in 1461.

What to eat? Typical Irish dishes are roast chicken, a Guinness stew.

Parades. Parades are typical although not every city has one. Have a look at your city’s agenda to see if a Saint Patrick’s Parade is organised and participate with your friends. Try to make Irish friends.

When was the first Saint Patrick’s Day? The annual celebration started in 1917.

Several days. In some places in Ireland, the festival lasts for several days although the actual feast is on the 17th of March.

Who’s the goblin? The goblin is a must-have on this day. People say that the lucky goblin and an elf appear each year on this date.

Celtic rhymes. You should dive into the rich culture of Ireland and read Celtic poetry, listen to native songs and learn more about the country’s artistic side. You will not get disappointed.

Last but not least, don’t forget about the great beer and whiskey, Ireland provides us with.

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10 things you should know about St. Patrick’s Day


As every year, March 17 is a very special date for Irish people, that has also been spread in many different countries. Saint Patrick’s Day, the patron saint of Ireland, is a day full of traditions, parties, lots of green and beer, of course! We recommend 10 things you should know about this day.

Lots of beer. On this day, usually a lot of beer is consumed worldwide. The data establish that on St. Patrick’s Day are consumed over 13 million litres worldwide.

Long live the green. On this day, much of the Irish people who live in several countries around the world dress in green, a colour which identifies the country. If you want to celebrate this day in an authentic way, we recommend you to wear a green t-shirt, although the national historic colour of Ireland is blue.

Meet at the pub or bar. As usual in Irish people, on this celebration day it’s also normal to visit the pub for a few pints. If you’re outside Ireland, just visit the Irish taverns in your city to enjoy the most the party.

Who was St. Patrick? St. Patrick was born in the fourth century and was abducted by attackers from Ireland. At the time it was held captive, he studied for the priesthood and established a religious doctrine based on the green four leaf clover. He died on 17 March 461.

What do you eat during this day? Irish typical dishes usually eaten are traditional sweets, and meat dishes such as roast chicken and Guinness stew.

The parades. They are traditional on St. Patrick’s Day. You can try to find out if the Irish community in your city celebrates some of these parades.

When it began to be celebrated? The celebration of Saint Patrick Day began in 1917.

It lasts several days. In many places, as in Ireland, although the celebration day is March 17, the festival lasts for several days focused on several parades.

Who is the leprechaun? It is related to this day and is said to be a little being that often appear, according to the legend, on some days of the year.

Celtic rhythms. Another way to celebrate is with Irish folk dances based on Celtic rhythms.

Let’s celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day! 


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