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« St. Patricks Day: Traditions and Customs» Darya Zelmanovna Ostrirova School for handicapped children #480 Kirovskiy district.
Contents: Who is St. Patrick? Who is St. Patrick? Traditions and Customs Traditions and Customs - Christian Customs - Christian Customs - Pagan Customs - Pagan Customs Symbols of St. Patricks Day Symbols of St. Patricks Day
The sight of Ireland Ireland is an old country with many customs and traditions.
Who is St. Patrick? - St. Patrick is a saint who patronizes Ireland -He is praised as a man who brought Christianity to Ireland -Many legends are told of him -March 17 – the day of his death – is celebrated as St. Patricks Day
Traditions and Customs Christian and Pagan traditions can be found in celebrating of St. Patricks Day
Christian Traditions: -Ascending the saint mountain Croagh Patrick – the legend says, that Patrick exiled all the snakes from Ireland on this mountain – it was a divine wonder. - Fastening a shamrock leaf to clothes – it symbolizes the Christian cross
Pagan and Folk Traditions: -Drinking at least one alcohol drink in an Irish pub -Putting on green clothes – as a symbol of spring, Ireland and shamrock -Festivals and parades are held in the streets
Symbols of St. Patricks Day: -Shamrock leaf - Oaken staff - sileila -Leprechaun – a small fairy-tale creature -Colours of Ireland – green and golden (orange)