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Mythic creatures dance through Dublin on St. Patrick's Day
by Shawn Pogatchnik
The Associated Press Translate This Article
17 March 2017
On 17 March 2017 The Associated Press reported:
Performers dressed as colorful creatures from Irish myth and legend danced Friday down the chilly streets of Dublin as Ireland commemorated its national saint in a St. Patrick's Day parade witnessed by hundreds of thousands. The spectacle was heavy on artistic flair and worldwide connections, featuring marching bands from Germany, France, Switzerland, the Bahamas, and the U.S. states of Illinois, Indiana, Oregon, and Washington. Firefighters from Berkeley, California, and Westchester, New York, also marched. This week, Prime Minister Enda Kenny and 27 government ministers -- virtually the entire government -- left Ireland to promote the country's business, arts, and culture at more than 100 events in 27 nations.
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