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Saint Patrick's Day Facts & Trivia

Teacher: Mr Sindlinger's Idiosyncratic Puzzles
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This country has the more people of Irish blood, 34 million, than any other country on Earth.
This is what the shamrock originally represented symbolically.
This Catholic priest was not originally Irish, as he was originally from Wales; however, he became the adopted patron saint of Ireland.
The English city of the U.K. named for short, five-line rhyming poems.
The national symbol of Ireland...
This is the American city that first celebrated March 17 in 1737 with a parade.
Down
The original color of St. Patrick....
The Irish poet who wrote these words: "Lay your ear close to the hill./ Do you not catch the tiny clamour,/ Busy click of an elfin hammer,/ Voice of the Lepracaun singing shrill.../
This city hosts the largest St, Patrick's Day Parade in the world; over a million people attend it each year.
In the spirit of the Irish, he is one of the most recognizable mascots in popular culture, and is still used to sell this popular General Mills breakfast cereal.
He was the first U.S. President ever to attend a St. Patrick's Day Parade in 1948, six years before Fahrenheit 451 was published.
Somehow the story or myth is or was that St. Patrick long ago drove these figurative real creatures out of the country of Ireland; however, these creatures never were there in the first place.
Sales figures for this beverage brewed in Ireland show that 5.5 million pints of this black stuff are downed around the world every day. On St. Patrick’s Day, however, for one day that figure is doubled.
This is the American city that transforms the water of its river into the color green