It has come to my attention that the St. Patrick's Day holiday is listed under the sub topic 'U.K. Holidays' in 'Holiday's and Celebrations. I feel that the holiday should either be moved into the sub topic 'International Holidays' or an 'Irish Holidays' sub topic should be created. St. Patrick's day never was and never will be a U.K. holiday, and I find that placing it in that certain sub topic is extremly misleading to fellow hubbers. The holiday was created because of the Patron Saint of Ireland known as St. Patrick and Ireland is not a part of the United Kingdom. The Holiday was created 'in' Ireland.
I really feel that this error should be fixed.
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