What s that on your lapel 99

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Shamrocks include become element of St. Patrick's Daytime practices and celebrations as well as leprechauns, pots of gold, corned beef and cabbage. In traditional Ireland, the shamrock was considered a sacred plant and represented the rebirth of spring. Irishmen wore the shamrock on their lapel to exhibit their Irish heritage during the rebellion against the English in the 17th century. Legend says that Saint Patrick used the shamrock whereas some symbol regarding the Trinity during his Christianity crusade.

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