St Patrick’s day Celebrtions In Poland

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St Patrick’s Day Celebration in Poland 

On recent visit to Malbork  where the Twilight Community Group Signed a Charter Of Friendship agreement which was witnessed by the Irish Ambassador to Poland H.E Emer ‘O Connell. During our discussions H.R O’Connell reference the proposed Celebrations. The Following Translation is of a press release form 

March 17 is the national holiday of Ireland, St. Patrick’s Day. It is also one of the most celebrated holidays in the world. At that time parades, concerts and other events are organized in honor of the patron of the Green Island. In many places in the world, buildings and objects characteristic for a given city are highlighted in green.

It could not have been otherwise in Malbork, whose partner city since 2017 is Kilkenny. The Irish Embassy in Warsaw also applied for symbolic “green light”. The most characteristic object in the city center, ie the Museum of the City of Malbork on ul. Kosciuszko. It will light in green between 18:00 and 24:00.

But this is not the end of “Patryk” attractions. Traditionally spring is welcomed in Irish Spiżarnia Malborska! During the weekend of Saint. Patryk (15-17.03), there will be music, climate and drinks straight from the Green Island! All green,Podswietlone-na-zielono-Muzeum-Miasta-Malborka-i-weekend-sw-Patryka-w-Spizarni.html?fbclid=IwAR0FN580Mb4QjGOJwa2sgJfs2jh-nYAlyNt30eWTBN_c67oH42mRtMJLlUA

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