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Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening 2015

THE GRAND OLE OPRY, NASHVILLE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL REPRO FREE13/03/2015, Nashville, Tennessee – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Willis Clan (a family band from Nashville) on stage as the Grand Ole Opry – the show that made country music famous! – in Nashville joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Matthew Medlen Photography (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 THE GRAND OLE OPRY, NASHVILLE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL

REPRO FREE13/03/2015, Nashville, Tennessee – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Willis Clan (a family band from Nashville) on stage as the Grand Ole Opry – the show that made country music famous! – in Nashville joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Matthew Medlen Photography (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

THE GRAND OLE OPRY, NASHVILLE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL REPRO FREE13/03/2015, Nashville, Tennessee – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Willis Clan (a family band from Nashville) on stage as the Grand Ole Opry – the show that made country music famous! – in Nashville joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Matthew Medlen Photography (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 THE GRAND OLE OPRY, NASHVILLE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL

REPRO FREE13/03/2015, Nashville, Tennessee – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Willis Clan (a family band from Nashville) on stage as the Grand Ole Opry – the show that made country music famous! – in Nashville joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Matthew Medlen Photography (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

THE GRAND OLE OPRY, NASHVILLE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL REPRO FREE13/03/2015, Nashville, Tennessee – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Willis Clan (a family band from Nashville) on stage as the Grand Ole Opry – the show that made country music famous! – in Nashville joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Matthew Medlen Photography (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 THE GRAND OLE OPRY, NASHVILLE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL

REPRO FREE13/03/2015, Nashville, Tennessee – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Willis Clan (a family band from Nashville) on stage as the Grand Ole Opry – the show that made country music famous! – in Nashville joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Matthew Medlen Photography (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

THE GRAND OLE OPRY, NASHVILLE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL REPRO FREE13/03/2015, Nashville, Tennessee – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Willis Clan (a family band from Nashville) on stage as the Grand Ole Opry – the show that made country music famous! – in Nashville joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Matthew Medlen Photography (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 THE GRAND OLE OPRY, NASHVILLE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL

REPRO FREE13/03/2015, Nashville, Tennessee – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Willis Clan (a family band from Nashville) on stage as the Grand Ole Opry – the show that made country music famous! – in Nashville joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Matthew Medlen Photography (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

THE GRAND OLE OPRY, NASHVILLE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL REPRO FREE13/03/2015, Nashville, Tennessee – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Willis Clan (a family band from Nashville) on stage as the Grand Ole Opry – the show that made country music famous! – in Nashville joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Matthew Medlen Photography (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 THE GRAND OLE OPRY, NASHVILLE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL

REPRO FREE13/03/2015, Nashville, Tennessee – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Willis Clan (a family band from Nashville) on stage as the Grand Ole Opry – the show that made country music famous! – in Nashville joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Matthew Medlen Photography (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

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THE GRAND OLE OPRY, NASHVILLE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL REPRO FREE13/03/2015, Nashville, Tennessee – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Willis Clan (a family band from Nashville) on stage as the Grand Ole Opry – the show that made country music famous! – in Nashville joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Matthew Medlen Photography (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 THE GRAND OLE OPRY, NASHVILLE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL

REPRO FREE13/03/2015, Nashville, Tennessee – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Willis Clan (a family band from Nashville) on stage as the Grand Ole Opry – the show that made country music famous! – in Nashville joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Matthew Medlen Photography (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

THE GRAND OLE OPRY, NASHVILLE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL REPRO FREE13/03/2015, Nashville, Tennessee – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Willis Clan (a family band from Nashville) on stage as the Grand Ole Opry – the show that made country music famous! – in Nashville joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Matthew Medlen Photography (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 THE GRAND OLE OPRY, NASHVILLE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL

REPRO FREE13/03/2015, Nashville, Tennessee – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Willis Clan (a family band from Nashville) on stage as the Grand Ole Opry – the show that made country music famous! – in Nashville joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Matthew Medlen Photography (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

THE GRAND OLE OPRY, NASHVILLE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL REPRO FREE13/03/2015, Nashville, Tennessee – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Willis Clan (a family band from Nashville) on stage as the Grand Ole Opry – the show that made country music famous! – in Nashville joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Matthew Medlen Photography (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 THE GRAND OLE OPRY, NASHVILLE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL

REPRO FREE13/03/2015, Nashville, Tennessee – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Willis Clan (a family band from Nashville) on stage as the Grand Ole Opry – the show that made country music famous! – in Nashville joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Matthew Medlen Photography (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

THE GRAND OLE OPRY, NASHVILLE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL REPRO FREE13/03/2015, Nashville, Tennessee – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Willis Clan (a family band from Nashville) on stage as the Grand Ole Opry – the show that made country music famous! – in Nashville joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Matthew Medlen Photography (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 THE GRAND OLE OPRY, NASHVILLE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL

REPRO FREE13/03/2015, Nashville, Tennessee – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Willis Clan (a family band from Nashville) on stage as the Grand Ole Opry – the show that made country music famous! – in Nashville joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Matthew Medlen Photography (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

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FITZPATRICK MANHATTAN HOTEL, NEW YORK, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’SREPRO FREE15/03/2015, Manhattan, New York – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Fitzpatrick Manhattan Hotel in New York joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Chris O’Sullivan (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 FITZPATRICK MANHATTAN HOTEL, NEW YORK, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S

REPRO FREE15/03/2015, Manhattan, New York – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Fitzpatrick Manhattan Hotel in New York joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Chris O’Sullivan (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

THE HIGH ROLLER IN LAS VEGAS JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GRREPRO FREE16/03/2015, Las Vegas, USA – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The High Roller (the world’s largest observation wheel) joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Mark Damon (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 THE HIGH ROLLER IN LAS VEGAS JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GR

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Las Vegas, USA – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The High Roller (the world’s largest observation wheel) joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Mark Damon (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

THE HIGH ROLLER IN LAS VEGAS JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GRREPRO FREE16/03/2015, Las Vegas, USA – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The High Roller (the world’s largest observation wheel) joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Mark Damon (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 THE HIGH ROLLER IN LAS VEGAS JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GR

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Las Vegas, USA – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The High Roller (the world’s largest observation wheel) joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Mark Damon (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

THE HIGH ROLLER IN LAS VEGAS JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GRREPRO FREE16/03/2015, Las Vegas, USA – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The High Roller (the world’s largest observation wheel) joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Mark Damon (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 THE HIGH ROLLER IN LAS VEGAS JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GR

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Las Vegas, USA – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The High Roller (the world’s largest observation wheel) joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Mark Damon (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

THE HIGH ROLLER IN LAS VEGAS JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GRREPRO FREE16/03/2015, Las Vegas, USA – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The High Roller (the world’s largest observation wheel) joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Mark Damon (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 THE HIGH ROLLER IN LAS VEGAS JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GR

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Las Vegas, USA – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The High Roller (the world’s largest observation wheel) joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Mark Damon (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

EDINBURGH CASTLE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE16/03/2015, Edinburgh, Scotland – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: Edinburgh Castle joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Gareth Easton (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 EDINBURGH CASTLE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Edinburgh, Scotland – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: Edinburgh Castle joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Gareth Easton (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

COLOSSEUM IN ROME JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE16/03/2015, Rome, Italy – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Colosseum in Rome joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 COLOSSEUM IN ROME JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Rome, Italy – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Colosseum in Rome joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

EDINBURGH CASTLE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE16/03/2015, Edinburgh, Scotland – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: Edinburgh Castle joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Gareth Easton (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 EDINBURGH CASTLE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Edinburgh, Scotland – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: Edinburgh Castle joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Gareth Easton (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

COLOSSEUM IN ROME JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE16/03/2015, Rome, Italy – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: People in Rome taking selfies in front of the ‘greened’ Colosseum. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 COLOSSEUM IN ROME JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Rome, Italy – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: People in Rome taking selfies in front of the ‘greened’ Colosseum. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

COLOSSEUM IN ROME JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE16/03/2015, Rome, Italy – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Colosseum in Rome joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 COLOSSEUM IN ROME JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Rome, Italy – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Colosseum in Rome joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

EDINBURGH CASTLE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE16/03/2015, Edinburgh, Scotland – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: Edinburgh Castle joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Gareth Easton (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 EDINBURGH CASTLE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Edinburgh, Scotland – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: Edinburgh Castle joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Gareth Easton (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

EDINBURGH CASTLE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE16/03/2015, Edinburgh, Scotland – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: Edinburgh Castle joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Gareth Easton (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 EDINBURGH CASTLE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Edinburgh, Scotland – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: Edinburgh Castle joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Gareth Easton (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

COLOSSEUM IN ROME JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE16/03/2015, Rome, Italy – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Colosseum in Rome joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 COLOSSEUM IN ROME JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Rome, Italy – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Colosseum in Rome joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

LONDON EYE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND'S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE16/03/2015, London – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The iconic London Eye, illuminated in green as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick.Pic – Matt Alexander/PA Wire (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 LONDON EYE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, London – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The iconic London Eye, illuminated in green as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick.Pic – Matt Alexander/PA Wire (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

LONDON EYE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND'S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE16/03/2015, London – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The iconic London Eye, illuminated in green as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick.Pic – Matt Alexander/PA Wire (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 LONDON EYE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, London – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The iconic London Eye, illuminated in green as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick.Pic – Matt Alexander/PA Wire (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

LONDON EYE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND'S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE16/03/2015, London – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The iconic London Eye, illuminated in green as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick.Pic – Matt Alexander/PA Wire (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 LONDON EYE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, London – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The iconic London Eye, illuminated in green as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick.Pic – Matt Alexander/PA Wire (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

LONDON EYE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND'S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE16/03/2015, London – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The iconic London Eye, illuminated in green as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick.Pic – Matt Alexander/PA Wire (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 LONDON EYE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, London – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The iconic London Eye, illuminated in green as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick.Pic – Matt Alexander/PA Wire (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

LONDON EYE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND'S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE16/03/2015, London – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The iconic London Eye, illuminated in green as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick.Pic – Matt Alexander/PA Wire (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 LONDON EYE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, London – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The iconic London Eye, illuminated in green as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick.Pic – Matt Alexander/PA Wire (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

LONDON EYE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND'S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE16/03/2015, London – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The iconic London Eye, illuminated in green as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick.Pic – Matt Alexander/PA Wire (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 LONDON EYE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, London – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The iconic London Eye, illuminated in green as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick.Pic – Matt Alexander/PA Wire (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

LONDON EYE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND'S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE16/03/2015, London – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The iconic London Eye, illuminated in green as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick.Pic – Matt Alexander/PA Wire (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 LONDON EYE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, London – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The iconic London Eye, illuminated in green as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick.Pic – Matt Alexander/PA Wire (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

LONDON EYE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND'S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE16/03/2015, London – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The iconic London Eye, illuminated in green as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick.Pic – Matt Alexander/PA Wire (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 LONDON EYE JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, London – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The iconic London Eye, illuminated in green as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick.Pic – Matt Alexander/PA Wire (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

ROYAL EXHIBITION BUILDING, MELBOURNE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Melbourne, Australia – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Royal Exhibition Building – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – in Melbourne, Australia, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick – with the covered bridge over the Fitzsimmons River illuminated in green.Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 ROYAL EXHIBITION BUILDING, MELBOURNE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Melbourne, Australia – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Royal Exhibition Building – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – in Melbourne, Australia, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick – with the covered bridge over the Fitzsimmons River illuminated in green.Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

SKY TOWER IN AUCKLAND JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE17/03/2015, Auckland, New Zealand – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Sky Tower in Auckland, New Zealand, illuminated in green as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick.Pic – Frances Oliver (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 SKY TOWER IN AUCKLAND JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE17/03/2015, Auckland, New Zealand – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Sky Tower in Auckland, New Zealand, illuminated in green as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick.Pic – Frances Oliver (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

SKY TOWER IN AUCKLAND JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE16/03/2015, Auckland, New Zealand – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Sky Tower in Auckland, New Zealand, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Frances Oliver (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 SKY TOWER IN AUCKLAND JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Auckland, New Zealand – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Sky Tower in Auckland, New Zealand, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Frances Oliver (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

SKY TOWER IN AUCKLAND JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Auckland, New Zealand – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Sky Tower in Auckland, New Zealand, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Frances Oliver (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 SKY TOWER IN AUCKLAND JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Auckland, New Zealand – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Sky Tower in Auckland, New Zealand, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Frances Oliver (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

SKY TOWER IN AUCKLAND JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENINGREPRO FREE16/03/2015, Auckland, New Zealand – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Sky Tower in Auckland, New Zealand, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Frances Oliver (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 SKY TOWER IN AUCKLAND JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREENING

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Auckland, New Zealand – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Sky Tower in Auckland, New Zealand, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Frances Oliver (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

ROYAL EXHIBITION BUILDING, MELBOURNE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Melbourne, Australia – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Royal Exhibition Building – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – in Melbourne, Australia, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick – with the covered bridge over the Fitzsimmons River illuminated in green.Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 ROYAL EXHIBITION BUILDING, MELBOURNE, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S

REPRO FREE16/03/2015, Melbourne, Australia – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when more than 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Royal Exhibition Building – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – in Melbourne, Australia, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick – with the covered bridge over the Fitzsimmons River illuminated in green.Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

STATE LIBRARY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, SYDNEY, JOINS TOURISM IRELANDREPRO FREE14/03/2015, Sydney, Australia – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when abotu 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The State Library of New South Wales in Sydney joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 STATE LIBRARY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, SYDNEY, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND

REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Sydney, Australia – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when abotu 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The State Library of New South Wales in Sydney joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

HYDE PARK BARRACKS, SYDNEY, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREREPRO FREE14/03/2015, Sydney, Australia – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: Hyde Park Barracks in Sydney joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 HYDE PARK BARRACKS, SYDNEY, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GRE

REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Sydney, Australia – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: Hyde Park Barracks in Sydney joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

FRAM POLAR EXPLORATION SHIP, OSLO, NORWAY, JOINS TOURISM IRELANDREPRO FREE14/03/2015, Oslo, Norway – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Fram polar exploration ship in Oslo, Norway, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 FRAM POLAR EXPLORATION SHIP, OSLO, NORWAY, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND

REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Oslo, Norway – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Fram polar exploration ship in Oslo, Norway, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

FRAM POLAR EXPLORATION SHIP, OSLO, NORWAY, JOINS TOURISM IRELANDREPRO FREE14/03/2015, Oslo, Norway – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Fram polar exploration ship in Oslo, Norway, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 FRAM POLAR EXPLORATION SHIP, OSLO, NORWAY, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND

REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Oslo, Norway – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Fram polar exploration ship in Oslo, Norway, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

FRAM POLAR EXPLORATION SHIP, OSLO, NORWAY, JOINS TOURISM IRELANDREPRO FREE14/03/2015, Oslo, Norway – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Fram polar exploration ship in Oslo, Norway, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 FRAM POLAR EXPLORATION SHIP, OSLO, NORWAY, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND

REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Oslo, Norway – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Fram polar exploration ship in Oslo, Norway, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

FRAM POLAR EXPLORATION SHIP, OSLO, NORWAY, JOINS TOURISM IRELANDREPRO FREE14/03/2015, Oslo, Norway – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Fram polar exploration ship in Oslo, Norway, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 FRAM POLAR EXPLORATION SHIP, OSLO, NORWAY, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND

REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Oslo, Norway – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Fram polar exploration ship in Oslo, Norway, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

KALVEBOD BRYGGE, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Copenhagen, Denmark – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Kalvebod Brygge waves in Copenhagen Harbour join Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 KALVEBOD BRYGGE, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S

REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Copenhagen, Denmark – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Kalvebod Brygge waves in Copenhagen Harbour join Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

KALVEBOD BRYGGE, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Copenhagen, Denmark – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Kalvebod Brygge waves in Copenhagen Harbour join Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 KALVEBOD BRYGGE, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S

REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Copenhagen, Denmark – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Kalvebod Brygge waves in Copenhagen Harbour join Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

KALVEBOD BRYGGE, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Copenhagen, Denmark – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when abotu 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Kalvebod Brygge waves in Copenhagen Harbour join Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 KALVEBOD BRYGGE, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S

REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Copenhagen, Denmark – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when abotu 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Kalvebod Brygge waves in Copenhagen Harbour join Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

ERICSSON GLOBE, STOCKHOLM, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREEREPRO FREE14/03/2015, Stockholm, Sweden – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Ericsson Globe (national indoor arena) in Stockholm joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Sören Andersson (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 ERICSSON GLOBE, STOCKHOLM, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREE

REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Stockholm, Sweden – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Ericsson Globe (national indoor arena) in Stockholm joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Sören Andersson (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

FRAM POLAR EXPLORATION SHIP, OSLO, NORWAY, JOINS TOURISM IRELANDREPRO FREE14/03/2015, Oslo, Norway – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Fram polar exploration ship in Oslo, Norway, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 FRAM POLAR EXPLORATION SHIP, OSLO, NORWAY, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND

REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Oslo, Norway – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Fram polar exploration ship in Oslo, Norway, joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

ERICSSON GLOBE, STOCKHOLM, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREEREPRO FREE14/03/2015, Stockholm, Sweden – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Ericsson Globe (national indoor arena) in Stockholm joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Sören Andersson (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 ERICSSON GLOBE, STOCKHOLM, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S GLOBAL GREE

REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Stockholm, Sweden – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Ericsson Globe (national indoor arena) in Stockholm joins Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Sören Andersson (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

KALVEBOD BRYGGE, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Copenhagen, Denmark – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when abotu 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Kalvebod Brygge waves in Copenhagen Harbour join Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 KALVEBOD BRYGGE, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S

REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Copenhagen, Denmark – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when abotu 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Kalvebod Brygge waves in Copenhagen Harbour join Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027

KALVEBOD BRYGGE, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Copenhagen, Denmark – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Kalvebod Brygge waves in Copenhagen Harbour join Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027 KALVEBOD BRYGGE, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, JOINS TOURISM IRELAND’S

REPRO FREE14/03/2015, Copenhagen, Denmark – Tourism Ireland’s annual Global Greening initiative, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick, has gone from strength to strength – from its beginning in 2010, with just the Sydney Opera House going green, to this year, when about 150 landmark buildings and iconic sites across the world will turn a shade of green for our national day. PIC SHOWS: The Kalvebod Brygge waves in Copenhagen Harbour join Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening, to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. Pic – Tourism Ireland (no repro fee)Further press info – Sinéad Grace, Tourism Ireland 087 685 9027