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St. Patrick's Day is the national day of Ireland

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St. Patrick's Day is the national day of Ireland
14.03.201914:26

St. Patrick's Day is the national day of Ireland, which celebrates worldwide , on  March 17, the foremost Patron Saint of Ireland.  
To commemorate this day, the Festival of St. Patric (#swPatryk) will be organized In Poland, with numerous concerts, exhibitions, lectures and various artistic events devoted to the Irish culture and cuisine.
When opening the Festival, Irish Ambassador Emer O'Connell said:
 "On March 17, everyone can feel Irish. More than 120 events celebrating Irish-Polish friendship will be held in Poland, and well-known objects will be highlighted in green in 21 Polish cities. "
In addition: "St. Patrick's is also an ideal opportunity to try unique foods and drinks produced in Ireland in a sustainable way. From Irish premium whiskey or new Irish gin on the market, to delicious Irish beef, lamb or salmon - you can try these flavors of Ireland in Poland! "
The Polish community, which constitutes about 3% of the Irish population, is a valued and welcome part of the Irish society, with Polish being the most frequent foreign language in the country.  The year 2019 is the ideal  time to "fill the heart of Ireland" and plan a trip to the Green Island.
Lublin also celebrates the day and its two prominent objects: Centrum Spotkania Kultur and Arena Lublin will go green! 

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