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*1st: '''St David's Day''' (Welsh: ''Dydd Gwyl Dewi''), patron saint of [[Wales]]
 
*1st: '''St David's Day''' (Welsh: ''Dydd Gwyl Dewi''), patron saint of [[Wales]]
  
*17th: '''St Patrick's Day''', patron saint of [[Republic of Ireland|Ireland]] - celebrations everywhere, but especially in [[Dublin]], [[London]], [[New York City]], [[Boston]] and [[Sydney]]
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*17th: '''St Patrick's Day''', patron saint of [[Ireland]] - celebrations everywhere, but especially in [[Dublin]], [[London]], [[New York City]], [[Boston]] and [[Sydney]]
  
 
===Movable dates===
 
===Movable dates===

Revision as of 01:44, 12 July 2007

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Specific dates

Every year

Fixed dates

  • 1st: St David's Day (Welsh: Dydd Gwyl Dewi), patron saint of Wales

Movable dates

  • Carnival - sometimes takes place on early March, see February for details.
  • Mid March: Cape Argus Cycle Tour, +27 (0)21 685-6551 (email:info@cycletour.co.za[3]), [4]. Entrance fee is R250 for entrants on the African continent or the equivalent of 50 Euro's every one else. Total distance is 109km. Start in downtown Cape Town, cycle down the eastern side of the peninsula, past Simon's Town and back up the western side of the peninsula. Cape Town, South Africa


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