Friday, 17 March 2017

#Holidays - Saint Patrick's Day

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How are you? I hope you feel good :) I have some information about Saint Patrick's Day for you.





SAINT PATRICK'S DAY

On the 17th of March people in Ireland celebrate Saint Patrick's Day. It's a public holiday. There are lively parades with traditional Celtic music. People go to church and then they celebrate. Many people wear green clothes and they decorate their houses. They also give greeting cards to each other and they drink green beer. The most popular symbols are shamrocks, green colour and Leprechaun - the characteristic gnome. Saint Patrick's Day is very important for Irish people.
Another tradition includes many Irish-American people in the USA. They eat corned beef and cabbage on St. Patrick's Day. In Illinois the Chicago River is dyed green to celebrate the holiday.

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SAINT PATRICK

Saint Patrick was born probably (the exact date isn't known) in 390 in Britain. When he was young, some people kidnapped him and he was in captivity. He always prayed and six years later he went out and become a monk. Some years later he came back to Ireland and he started teaching Irish people. He christened thousands of people who become Christians. Saint Patrick taught that there is only one God in three integrations. He showed it on a shamrock. Saint Patrick had a big influence on the history of Ireland.



I hope you enjoy this post.
Have a nice weekend!!
Happy Saint Patrick's Day! ♥

8 comments:

  1. My sister celebrated SAINT PATRICK'S DAY in school, because their teacher teaches English ;) She had a lot of attractions! :)

    Poprawki mile widziane X'D
    ~Elu

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    1. Wow, it sounds amazing!! Unfortunately we didn't celebrate Saint Patrick's Day in our school, but anyway I wore a green jumper, ha ha :D
      Thank you for your comment!!

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  2. Oh, great post! There's a lot of interesting information ... I really like your blog!
    ~Your Kama <3

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    1. Aww, thank you so much! Your opinion about my posts and my blog is very important for me. Thanks!! :)

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  3. Moja siostra zachęciła mnie żeby weszła an Twojego bloga, myślałam, że będą tu same długie i nudne wywody, ale nie !! Bardzo ładny ten TWÓJ blog !! W szkole obchodziliśmy Dzień ŚW. Patryka :) Podoba mi się ten post i fajnie, że nie jest za długi, przeczytałam wszystko !
    PS Mam nadzieję że to nie jest bardzo źle że pisze komentarze po polsku ? Bo angielski tak średnio umiem..
    *ALA

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    1. Ojej! Dziękuję za miły komentarz :) Bardzo się cieszę, że podoba Ci się mój blog! Zapraszam do czytania :D
      Nie przeszkadza mi to, że napisałaś komentarz po polsku - jeśli nie czujesz się na siłach, żeby komentować moje posty po angielsku, możesz zostawiać komentarze w języku polskim ;)

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  4. I love this post! Happy (late) St Patrick's Day! ;) :D

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