Pictures and video from Cork and beyond on the most surreal of St Patrick's Days

Pictures and video from Cork and beyond on the most surreal of St Patrick's Days

Diarmuid and Aoife McGuane  spent the last few days creating the St. Patrick's Day Lego parade.

Instead, the country has been stopped in its tracks due to the coronavirus.

However, resourceful Irish people are keeping the revelry going and finding their own unique ways to celebrate.

Here are some of the best pictures and video doing the rounds today. 

The Cork St Patrick's Day Festival is asking people to post photos of their celebrations @corkstpatricksfestival (Facebook) or on @corkpaddysfest (Twitter).

Nobody about on the South Mall, Cork, which would usually be busy with people this St. Patrick’s Day. Picture Dan Linehan Nobody about on the South Mall, Cork, which would usually be busy with people this St. Patrick’s Day. Picture Dan LinehanThe Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol joins Tourism Ireland's Global Greenings campaign to mark St Patrick's Day, which is on Tuesday 17th March. Pic: Adam Gasson/PA Wire

Nobody about on the South Mall, Cork, which would usually be busy with people this St. Patrick’s Day. Picture Dan Linehan
Nobody about on the South Mall, Cork, which would usually be busy with people this St. Patrick’s Day. Picture Dan Linehan

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