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Today is St. Patrick’s Day, the country and the city are ready……..

Dublin: Ireland’s historic St. Patrick’s Day celebrations will take place today in Dublin and other locations around the world, with a variety of events planned.

The main attraction and celebration of the celebration is the spirited parade of the Irish people. It is a day of celebration for all of Ireland’s immigrants. Cork, Galway, Limerick, Sligo, Letterkenny, Stepaside, Blanchard’s Town, Athlone, etc. New immigrants in Ireland, including the Indian community, will line up in the parade. People all over the country are getting ready for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, which is the national day of Ireland.

Hundreds of thousands of local and foreign tourists who have travelled to see and participate in the parade will gather in Dublin, the parade’s main hub.

According to the organisers, today will be the best big parade ever. The parade’s grand marshal will be the country’s national women’s team. The parade will be led by team manager Vera Pauw, defender Diane Caldwell, and former international Paula Gorham. Patrick Duffy, an actor and director, will be the special guest.

Parade starts at 12 noon from Parnell Square to Kevin St Junction. Caroline Conroy, Mayor of Dublin, said the celebrations were a source of excitement and joy for all Dubliners.

Festival Director Collins Barracks said it was special that the St Patrick’s Festival Quarter was returning to the National Museum of Ireland.

The schedule for the Dublin parade is as follows:

The St. Patrick’s Day Parade starts at 12 noon from Parnell Square and will run through Dublin City Center until 2. The parade will pass through O’Connell Street and end at the St. Kevin St junction near St. Patrick’s Cathedral.

Traffic restrictions to reduce congestion.

Gardaí are urging people to use public transportation to help alleviate traffic congestion. Some roads and streets, including Western Way from Dominick St Upper to Mountjoy Street, will be closed to avoid traffic disruption.

Roads and streets have been closed.

Mountjoy Street, Mountjoy Street Middle, Wellington Street Lower, Palmerstown Place, St. Mary’s Place North, Granby Row, Parnell Square, Parnell Square, North, Parnell Square. East, Cavendish Row, and Upper and Lower O’Connell Bridges will be closed today from 4 to 15:00.

Westmoreland Street, College Green, Dam Street, Lord Edward Street, Christ Church Place, High Street, Nicholas Street, and Patrick Street will be closed today from 4 to 17.00. Kevin Street Upper, Clanbrassil Street Lower, and New Street South. There will also be no services along Kevin St Lower between 4 and 18:00 p.m.

From 4 to 18.30, Cough Street and St Stephen’s Green South will be closed.

From 15.00 to 23.00 there will be no St Michan Street from Mary Lane to Chancery Street today and tomorrow.

Control at Ellis Quay

Northbound and eastbound traffic will be diverted from North Ellis Quay via Blackhall Place, Stoneybatter, Manor Street, Prussia Street, North Circular Road, Portland Row, Seville Place and Guild Street.

Southbound vehicles should detour from North Wall Quay via Moss Street, Townsend Street and Lombard Street.

Westbound vehicles should take North Wall Quay via Guild Street, Seville Place, Portland Row, North Circular Road, Phibsborough Road, Constitution Hill, King Street North and Queen Street.

The weather…

Today’s weather highlights include widespread rain. The weather will be cloudy with some sunny spells, according to the Met Office. Winds from the southeast are also expected to be moderate. The temperature will range between 11 and 14 degrees Celsius, according to the Met.

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