Gearing up to Saint Patrick’s Day expect to see plenty of green, as the Inishowen Peninsula, including sights from all of the world, prepare to turn green for this annual festival of celebrating all things Irish, see below.
Going Green Around The World On St Patrick’s Day
Tourism Ireland, responsible for marketing the Island of Ireland as a tourism destination, have announced its Global Greening line up for 2017, which will witness buildings including; stadiums, statues, castles and towers turn green to celebrate St. Patricks Day, see below.
Lighting Up Inishowen For St Patrick’s Day
— Mark Nolan (@mfn1234) March 17, 2014
In previous years Inishowen has embraced the Global Greening initiative by illuminating features throughout the Peninsula including the impressive signal tower at Malin Head, captured above by Mark Nolan, to the historic bridge at Malin Town and Castle Bridge in Swan Park, Buncrana. On St. Patricks day in Inishowen you can experience traditional music, dance, storytelling and culture as they spill into the streets. Immerse yourself in the energy and atmosphere at parades taking place in the seaside town of Moville and picturesque town of Buncrana, see below.St. Patrick's Day In Inishowen