Everyone’s a little bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day...even the buildings of Dublin! As part of the five-day St. Patrick’s Day Festival iconic buildings in Dublin will literally go green

Since the Irish government launched the “Global Green”, an initiative that sees over 360 tourist attractions around the world lit up green over the March festive period it seems only fitting that the Irish at home celebrate in kind.

As part of the St. Patrick’s Festival,  inspired by the world’s nod to the Irish, Dublin is lighting up its landmarks especially for St. Paddy’s Day during the five-day celebration running from March 14 – 18.

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In celebration of Ireland’s national holiday, buildings, venues and spaces across the city illuminate green for the St. Patrick’s Festival 2019. Dubliners and those visiting Ireland for our national holiday are invited to take a stroll after sunset through the streets of Dublin’s fair city to enjoy these iconic buildings bathed in light. The result is a cityscape transformed.

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Dublin's five-day St. Patrick's Day Festival 2019

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Publiée par IrishCentral.com sur Mardi 5 mars 2019

Just some of the buildings taking part in the St. Patrick’s Festival 2019 “Greening the City” are:

- Aras an Uachtarain (The President’s Residence in the Phoenix Park)

- 3 Arena (previously The Point / 02)

- Christ Church Cathedral

- Collins Barracks

- Four Courts

- Government Buildings

- Guinness Storehouse

- Leinster House

- Mansion House

- National Gallery of Ireland

- St. Patrick’s Cathedral

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* For information on the St. Patrick’s Day Festival events visit www.stpatricksfestival.ie.