St. Patrick's Day is an annual celebration held on March 17th, commemorating the patron saint of Ireland and celebrating Irish culture. This special day is filled with plenty of fun and festivities, with people all over the world coming together to honor this great holiday. Test your knowledge of St. Patrick's Day with this fun trivia template! From traditional Irish music and dancing, to the iconic green color associated with the holiday, to the symbolic shamrock, see how much you know about St. Patrick's Day. Have fun!
1) What is the color of the traditional Irish flag?
2) Who is the Patron Saint of Ireland?
3) What is the national symbol of Ireland?
4) What is the traditional meal served on St. Patrick's Day?
5) What color are Leprechauns said to wear?
6) What color of beer was traditionally associated with St. Patrick's Day?
7) What does the term "Wearing of the Green" refer to?
8) What is the national instrument of Ireland?
9) What kind of hat is traditionally associated with Leprechauns?
10) What is the traditional Irish dance?
11) What is the name of the ancient Irish war dance?
12) What is the name of the city where St. Patrick is said to have baptized his converts?
13) What are the three leaves of the shamrock said to represent?
14) What is the name of the shamrock-shaped pin Irish immigrants would wear in America?
15) What animal is said to be the symbol of St. Patrick's Day?
16) What is the traditional drink associated with St. Patrick's Day?
17) What is the Irish word for "luck"?
18) What language is spoken by most of the population of Ireland?
19) What was the color of the original St. Patrick's Day Parade in Ireland?
20) What is the national flower of Ireland?
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