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Covered with green valleys, fields, and pastures, Ireland is known as the Emerald Isle, and its association with the color green is recognized worldwide. Ireland’s national color was, at one time, St. Patrick’s Blue, but by the 19th century, green had taken its place. During Queen Victoria’s reign, her Irish regiments were forbidden to “wear the green,” meaning to display the shamrock on St. Patrick’s Day. Long before St. Patrick, green and all growing things had special meaning as a symbol of springtime. At this time … Read More →