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  • Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge Sánchez
  • Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge Sánchez
  • Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge Sánchez
  • Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge Sánchez
  • Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge Sánchez
  • Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge Sánchez
  • Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge Sánchez
  • Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge Sánchez
  • Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge Sánchez
  • Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge Sánchez
  • Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge Sánchez
  • Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge Sánchez
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    • 1. SAINT PATRICK
      • St. Patrick was the patron saint and national apostle of Ireland who is credited with bringing Christianity to Ireland.
      Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge López
    • 2. SAINT PATRICK
      • Saint Patrick is most known for driving the snakes from Ireland .
      • As in many old pagan religions, serpent symbols were common. Driving the snakes from Ireland was probably symbolic of putting an end to that pagan practice.
      Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge López
    • 3. SAINT PATRICK
      • There are several accounts of St. Patrick's death. One says that St. Patrick died at Saul, Downpatrick, Ireland, on March 17, 460 A.D.
      • Another account says that St. Patrick ended his days at Glastonbury, England and was buried there.
      Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge López
    • 4. IRELAND
      • Location : Ireland is an island of western Europe in the Northern Atlantic Ocean.
      • Dublin is the capital city of the Republic of Ireland.
      Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge López
    • 5. IRELAND
      • The Republic of Ireland (also called Ireland or Eire) occupies most of the island of Ireland; it is an independent country.
      • The northern portion is Northern Ireland, a part of the United Kingdom.
      Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge López
    • 6. IRISH FLAG
      • Flag : Ireland's flag is made of three equal-sized rectangles of orange, white and green. The green is by the flagpole.
      Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge López
    • 7. SAINT PATRICK’S FLAG
      • On the Union flag, the U.K. flag, Northern Ireland is represented by the flag of Saint Patrick.
      Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge López
    • 8. CELEBRATING
      • Saint Patrick's Day has come to be associated with everything Irish: anything green and gold, shamrocks and luck. The Irish are descendants of the ancient Celts, but the Vikings, Normans and English contributed to the ethnic nature of the people.
      • Centuries of English rule largely eliminated the use of the ancient Gaelic, or Irish, language. Most Irish are either Catholics or Protestants (Anglicans, members of the Church of England).
      Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge López
    • 9. SAINT PATRICK PARADES
      • In American cities with a large Irish population, St. Patrick's Day is a very big deal. Big cities and small towns alike celebrate with parades,
      Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge López
    • 10. GREEN
      • "wearing of the green," music and songs, Irish food and drink, and activities for kids such as crafts, colouring and games. Some communities even go so far as to dye rivers or streams green!
      Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge López
    • 11. SHAMROCK
      • The day is marked by the wearing of shamrocks (a clover-like plant), the national emblem of both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
      Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge López
    • 12. LEPRECHAUN
      • Leprechaun : A native of Ireland, this shoe-making elf dresses in green and carefully guards his hidden crocks of gold.
      Claudia Campillo, Izarbe Gil, Guadalupe Echenique, María Blasco, Jorge López

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