Newfoundland takes St. Patrick’s Day so seriously that they’ve made it a public holiday. The only other places that do that are the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, and the British territory Montserrat. Literally it’s Ireland and Newfoundland. It’s serious. In Newfoundland, it’s observed on the closest Monday before March 17. (Jody O'Brien / Via Facebook: jodywobrien)Read the full version from the author's website.
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