St Patrick's Day a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow

St Patrick's Day a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow
By Christopher Cummins with AGENCIES
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St Patrick's Day packs out the pubs


St Patrick’s Day is a global marketing dream, a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow, marked in China, Rome, London, Niagra Falls, and Rio.

.WGRZ</a> Niagara Falls was lit up green tonight in honor of St. Patrick's day. <a href=""></a></p>— Ben Read (ben_read_wgrz) March 18, 2017

The global revelery continues with the 257th New York City St Patrick’s Day Parade led by the ‘‘Fighting 69th’‘ the 69th Regiment of New York, has marched at the head of the parade since 1853.

Donald Trump reads “Irish proverb” for St. Patrick’s Day, turns out to be Nigerian Poem

— UPROXX (@UPROXX) March 17, 2017

Dublin begins four days on the ‘black stuff’ with a Festival Parade that packs out the pubs and with the Rugby Six Nations taking place against England in the capital, Dublin is buzzing.

Lisbon’s Cristo Rei looking amazing last night as part of the #globalgreening#stpatricksdayTourismIreland</a> ☘️ <a href=""></a></p>— Lisbon Embassy (IrlEmbLisbon) March 16, 2017

What better way to end a St Patrick’s Day in Dublin?

— Darragh Doyle (@darraghdoyle) March 18, 2017

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