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Ireland is a country with culture, traditional and famous writers. Ireland exists from 8000BC Mesolithic (Middle Stone Age) Period.


A typical Irish tradition is probably hundreds of years old and some still seen as a common tradition for many families.
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Irish death traditions & customs

Although death is a sad occasion a traditional wake is seldom solemn. Friends and family alike gather and share memories and funny stories about the deceased. Food and drink is always present and although the church tried to ban alcohol from wakes it was unsuccessful. Read more about

common: The wearing of the green on St Patricks Day Holy day of obligation The drinking of green beer A day of parades & festivals

St Patricks Day Traditions

March 17th marks the day of St Patrick, celebrated by millions of people around the world. In Ireland, St Patricks Day was always held as an important religious day to celebrate the teachings of Christianity by St Patrick. Another American tradition for celebrating St Patricks Day is the parades. First started in New York City in 1766 the parades have become a major attraction for millions around the world. Today hundreds of parades take places in many different countries with thousands in attendance.

Easter Sunday in Ireland Many family house holds would prepare their homes for Easter Sunday by doing what would be better known as spring cleaning to prepare the house for blessing by the local priest which is a religious ceremony that dates back hundreds of years.


Halloween Traditions in Ireland

To-day Halloween is celebrated all around the globe but the Halloween Holiday has its history firmly planted in Ireland. Halloween is also known as Samhain. All Hallows Eve, Hallowmas and Hallow tide. It is celebrated on 31st October but the holiday of Halloween is not just celebrated on the one day any more as the Christian holidays of All Saints Day, November 1st and All Souls Day, November 2nd is celebrated as well.

Celebrating Christmas in Ireland

Most, if not all, Irish families decorate their homes with lights, tinsel and baubles. A Christmas tree is usually erected in the family home on the first day of the holy advent calendar. The tree will be beautifully decorated with an angel on top, presents will lay underneath as seen with many family homes around the world.

There are also Family Stories that are passed down generation by generation like
If a child has been bad or has misbehaved then a parent or grand-parent will chastise them by telling them if they arent good fairies or the Sidhe will come and spirit them away and leave a changeling in their place.

Famous Irish authors!!!

There are very famous Irish writers like Bram Stoker, Jonathan Swift, Oscar Wilde, James Joyce and Thomas Kinchella. But, I admire more Jonathan Swift. So I will write some information for him. Jonathan Swift (30 November 1667 19 October 1745) was an Irish satirist, essayist, political pamphleteer (first for the Whigs, then for the Tories), poet and cleric who became Dean of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin. He is remembered for works such as Gulliver's Travels, A Modest Proposal, A Journal to Stella, Drapier's Letters, The Battle of the Books, An Argument Against Abolishing Christianity, and A Tale of a Tub.