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*1st: '''St David's Day''' (Welsh: ''Dydd Gwyl Dewi''), patron saint of [[Wales]]
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*1st: '''St David's Day''' (Welsh: ''Dydd Gwyl Dewi''), [http://www.stdavidsday.org/]. Patron saint of [[Wales]]. Large parade in [[Cardiff]].
 
*17th: '''St Patrick's Day''', patron saint of [[Ireland]] - celebrations everywhere, but especially in [[Dublin]], [[London]], [[New York City]], [[Boston]] and [[Sydney]]
 
*17th: '''St Patrick's Day''', patron saint of [[Ireland]] - celebrations everywhere, but especially in [[Dublin]], [[London]], [[New York City]], [[Boston]] and [[Sydney]]
  

Revision as of 16:34, 28 January 2008

    This article is a travel topic
This is a calendar of events and festivals in the month of March.

Global

Australia

  • 3 March 2007: Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade and Party [1], Sydney.
  • Early March: Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras [2], Sydney, Australia
  • Late March: Royal Easter Show, [3] in Sydney

Botswana

Brazil

  • Carnival - sometimes takes place on early March, see February for details.

Namibia

  • 21st: Independence Day

South Africa

Spain

  • 16th of March to 23rd of March 2008: Holy Week

Holy Week is a religious festival that starts with the first full moon of Spring. It commemorates the the final days and sacrifices of Christ up to his resurrection day. Usually, imagery relating to this stage of the New Testament are paraded thoughout the cities and towns all over Spain and some Hispanic countries.

  • Malaga Spanish Film Festival. The most important Spanish Film festival. It takes place every year around the second week of March.

United States of America

United Kingdom

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