Dublin Goes Green

Collins Barracks – former military barracks now the Museum of Ireland, Decorative Arts and History

National Convention Center

Exchange Dublin – Collective Arts Center

Glasnevin Cemetery – The green tower is over the grave of Daniel O’Connell

Irish Architecture Archive

Mansion House Dublin – the official residence of the Lord Mayor of Dublin

St. Patrick’s Cathedral

Tall Ships

St. Patrick’s Festival was established by the Government of Ireland in November 1995. It currently lasts for 4 days and takes 18 months to plan.
The principal aim of St. Patrick’s Festival, since its inauguration, is to develop a major annual international festival around the national holiday over which the ‘owners’ of the festival, the Irish people, would stand proud. It sets out to reflect the talents and achievements of Irish people on many national and world stages, and it acts as an exciting showcase for the manifold skills of the people of Ireland, of every age and social background. As the one national holiday that is celebrated in more countries around the world than any other, St. Patrick’s Day is the day when everyone wants to be Irish.


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