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Friday, 22 March 2013 09:01

Highlighted in green City Hall, and participation in the People's Parade in Dublin - that's how Poznan honored one of the most important days of the year in Ireland - St Patricks Day

poznanpatrykEURO 2012 football championships gave to the capital of Wielkopolska great potential for further development in PR and tourism. Participation of the City of Poznań in St. Patrick's Day in Dublin was another opportunity for the Wielkopolska Region capital to promote in Irish market. In February, during the frienldy Poland - Ireland match in Dublin's Aviva Stadium, stood the giant ball decorated with commemorative photographs from EURO2012, and everyone who came for the game could write few words on it. Before the match on large stadium screens were broadcasted promotional spots with Irish fans in Poznan during EURO2012 games. - The presence of Poznan
in Dublin on St. Patrick is the next step in building friendly relations between the Ireland and our town - explains the President of Poznan, Ryszard Grobelny. - The Irish have created a unique atmosphere and we would be very happy if our guests visited us as often as possible - he added.

Let's celebrate

March 17 City of Poznan took part in the People's Parade - one of the most important events during the celebration of the St. Patrick's Day in Dublin. Fourteen people dressed in costumes promoting the most interesting places in Poznan, representing, among others Old Market, Stadium, Freedom Fountain and Lake Malta, passed through the streets of Dublin/ - They looked fantastic. Costumes are brilliant - said the Irish visitors, who watched the parade and took the photos with the attractions of Poznan in the background.
On the occasion of the St. Ptrick Day celebration, Poznan promoted Emerald Island residents the "Poznan at half price" campaign, which this year will take place on 27-28th of April. This information have also appeared in Irish newspapers - Irish Examiner and the Irish Daily Star.

Source: Poznań, 19 marca 2013 r. INFORMACJA PRASOWA Biuro Promocji Miasta Poznania

Translated by TraveltoPoland.com

Last Updated on Friday, 22 March 2013 09:19
 
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