What Is the National Symbol of Ireland?

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Ireland has at least three National symbols. These include: the Irish harp, which symbolises the coat of arms, the Shamrock, which represents St. Patrick's Day, the Celtic cross, which combines a cross with a ring and the leprechaun, which is a mischievous Irish fairy that wears a red or green coat.
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The national symbol of Ireland is the shamrock, a three-leaved plant similar to a clover. It is believed that St. Patrick used the shamrock to show how the Father, Son and Holy Spirit could all exist as separate elements of the same entity, and thus the Irish people adopted the flower as a national symbol.
The national and most identifiable symbol of Ireland is the shamrock. The word shamrock comes from Irish Gaelic word Seamrog which refers to the plant's three leaves. However, a harp is the oldest official symbol of Ireland.
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