Patrick returned to Ireland in/about the year 433 and continued to work until he died in about the year 461, Some say he died in 493, however, that would have made him 106 years old.
st. patricks day was originally started in Ireland putos suck my pito puto
Ireland is best known for its rolling, green hills and for the home of St. Patricks Day. (Even though the person that St. Patricks Day was named after, wasn't Irish or from Ireland.)
St. Patrick's day originated from Ireland
It was first celebrated in Ireland.
Here in Ireland, yes.
it is traditional
st patricks day and Smithwick's Cat Laughs Festival :)
Because lots of shamrocks grow in Ireland
first on the 16th but they wanted it to be on the 17, which is cool
Yes. It is Ireland's national holiday.
A few years ago they dyed a river green for St. Patricks day.
It's named for a saint named Patrick, who brought Christianity to Ireland.
shamrocks; gold; Ireland; rainbows; leprechaun; treasure; countryside; cauldron
The Union Flag is the flag of Scotland (The Saltire) on top of the flag of England (St Georges Cross) and flag of Ireland (St Patricks Cross)
St Patricks GAA was created in 1950.
The Union Flag is an amalgamation of the cross of St George (England), St Andrews cross (Scotland). and St Patricks cross (Ireland).
it stands for the date of St Patricks day.
St. Patrick is the primary patron saint of Ireland. St. Patrick's Day is a long established holiday in Ireland with religious origins. It's celebrated in the U.S. as a tribute to the Irish and Irish culture (and maybe because it features a little imbibing).
The Union Flag is composed of the flags of England (St Georges Cross), Scotland (St Andrews Cross) and Northern Ireland (St Patricks Cross).
Lisbellaw St Patricks GAA was created in 1968.
* England - St. Georges day * Wales - St. Davids day * Scotland - St. Andrews day * Northen Ireland - St. Patricks day
patricks day Is the word
The colour associated with St. Patricks day is: Green