Did you know that New York’s Saint-Patrick’s Day parade is the oldest and the largest in the world?
One of the City’s greatest traditions, this event was held for the first time in 1762 – fourteen years before the Declaration of Independence was adopted – on Lower Broadway by a band of homesick Irish ex-patriots and Irish military.
Martin and I were on 5th avenue – the actual location of the parade – last Saturday to party with thousands of others. Here are some pictures of the event:
Have a good week!