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The Procida Island is green for St. Patrick's Day

The Procida Island is green for St. Patrick's Day Photo by Tommaso Lubrano Lavadera

With its international dimension, the Procida island, the Italian capital of culture for 2022, turns a thought to the Irish people on St. Patrick's Day, March 17, when the patron saint of the Emerald Isle is celebrated, by dyeing a of its symbols, Palazzo Merlato, which already hosts the slogan ““Culture never isolates”.

This is the way the island participates in Global Greening, the cultural initiative of Irish Tourism born 11 years ago in Australia to bring a message of friendship to Ireland and which this year more than ever assumes a meaning of closeness, and hope of the over 70 million people around the world who have ties to the Anglo-Saxon country.

Palazzo Merlato on the evening of March 17th, starting at 9pm for about two hours, it will light up green.
Greetings to the friends of Galway2020, European Capital of Culture 2020-21.

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